Frank Morring, Jr. (Washington), Mark Carreau (Houston)October 07, 2013
The upper-stage J-2X engine, once considered the pacing item for the next U.S. human-rated rocket, will be mothballed after development testing wraps up next year because it will not push humans toward Mars for years. Conceived as a way to use Apollo-era technology to hasten development of a...
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