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NASA Seeking Existing Upper Stage For First Two SLS Flights
January 12, 2012
Engineers developing NASA’s heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) for future deep-space human exploration missions are polling the worldwide launch industry for an existing upper stage they can use to propel the Orion multi-purpose crew vehicle (MPCV) on two test flights around the Moon. Tight...
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