NASA Studies New Upper Stage For Second SLS Mission

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama —NASA human-spaceflight managers are evaluating whether it will be possible to switch to a more capable upper stage for the heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) in time for its first flight with a crew. The U.S. space agency has scheduled that flight — designated Exploration...

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