ULA Remakes Itself For New Space Era

ULA CEO Tory Bruno
ULA CEO Tory Bruno at the Atlas V launchpad in Florida, ahead of NASA’s Mars Perseverance launch in July.
Credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky
United Launch Alliance CEO Tory Bruno had a problem—several in fact. He needed new engines for the workhorse Atlas V, not due to any technical issue with the exquisite, Russian-made RD-180s, but because the motors were being banned for import under trade sanctions stemming from Russia’s invasion of...

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