Pentagon Is Still Preparing For The Last War—In Space

Credit: ULA
Watching an Atlas V roar into the night sky over Florida a few weeks ago with almost 8,000 lb. of cargo for the International Space Station (ISS), it was easy to forget that the pillar of fire lifting the whole stack was generated by half of an old Soviet rocket engine. The Russian RD-180 that is...

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