NASA Pulls OCO-2 Off Taurus XL

After two launch failures with Orbital Sciences Corp.’s Taurus XL solid-fuel rocket, NASA has decided to try to launch its replacement Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO-2) on another vehicle. The agency and the company signed a bilateral contract modification Feb. 2 that will terminate Orbital’s task...

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