An integrated systems definition review of NASA’s three human exploration elements — launcher, capsule and ground systems — kicks off next week, with major items of discussion to include the schedule for developing the Space Launch System (SLS) core stage and the Orion crew capsule’s weight. The three-day review at Johnson Space Center will build on previous design work on the SLS, Orion and modifications at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., to make sure all of the requirements and interface ...

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