In its quest to begin the next phase of human space exploration as quickly as possible, NASA is willing to consider a new ride for the Orion capsule’s flight test around the Moon, dealing a potential third strike to the agency’s over-budget and long-delayed Space Launch System (SLS) heavy-lift rocket.  NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine dropped the bombshell on March 13, telling the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee that the agency was studying whether ...

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