A version of this article appears in the September 1 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology. One of the hallmarks of the space policy introduced by the Obama administration five years ago was a shift from technology pull to technology push. Instead of setting out to invent new hardware or repurpose old for a particular space mission—the pull—NASA shifted to a program of developing technology that could enable unspecified missions—the push. The plan also included a ...
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