Weather Stymies Test Of NASA Planetary Re-entry Testbed

HOUSTON — After two weeks of uncooperative wind conditions at the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility, NASA is suspending efforts to test launch a disk-shaped craft for the demonstration of technologies intended to greatly increase the payload mass that can be landed on the Martian surface...

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