The NASA Orion program managers Mark Geyer and Mike Hawes discussed the lessons they learnt from the crew capsule’s first test flight in December 2014 with Space.com, which published the interview on March 29.
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NASA readies to test history’s largest, most powerful booster for its new rocket
NASA’s massive heavy-lift rocket, the Space Launch System, which will one day ferry humans to deep-space destinations and back, has become notorious for the scale of engineering backing it. In September 2014, agency administrator Charles Bolden had unveiled the world’s largest welder to mark the start of the SLS’s construction. Next, on March 11, NASA will …
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