NASA Falling Short Of Funds For 2017 SLS Debut

It is all but certain that NASA’s heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) will miss its first flight, scheduled for the end of 2017. NASA is 90% sure the 70-ton SLS will be delayed and thinks it will need $400 million to cover the estimated six-month slip. The Government Accountability Office (GAO)...

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