SLS Rocket Could Help Scientists Answer Big Questions

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NASA is building the massive Space Launch System (SLS) to send its astronauts on their way to Mars, but its powerful throw weight can help ground-bound explorers, too. Astronomers calculate that with a big enough space telescope, they can sample the atmospheres of planets orbiting other stars...

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