NASA Robotic On-Orbit Servicing Mission Passes CDR

OSAM-1 robotic servicing arm
Credit: NASA
A NASA program to demonstrate on-orbit servicing, assembly and manufacturing has passed its mission-critical design review (CDR) putting it on track for launch in 2025 at the earliest. A key objective of the OSAM-1 mission is to robotically refuel a satellite, Landsat 7, that was not designed to be...
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