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Launch Vehicle Turmoil Delays Science Mission Rocket Selections
January 23, 2012
The demise of the Delta II rocket family and continuing uncertainty over the performance of newer small and medium-lift successors are forcing NASA to delay the allocation of launch vehicles to upcoming science missions. The agency’s Science Mission Directorate currently has 59 science missions in...
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