NASA Offers Up To $50 Million For ‘Green’ Spacecraft Propellant Work

NASA’s Technology Demonstration Missions Program is looking for “green” alternatives to toxic hydrazine as a storable propellant for spacecraft, offering contracts worth as much as $50 million each to researchers with promising ideas. The agency is seeking proposals for demonstrations of systems...

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