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A series of hot-fire test was successfully completed by Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne in California for the pusher launch abort system designed for Boeing's future crew capsule, the CST-100.
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by Marcel F. Williams SLS core vehicle and EUS without SRBs (Modified after NASA) T he Space Launch System (SLS) will only be truly su...
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by Marcel F. Williams Congress has now made it clear that they want the immediate development of a heavy lift vehicle and a crew explorat...
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NASA OTV with single stage reusable lunar lander (credit NASA) by Marcel Williams In 2009, President Obama inherited an annua...
by Marcel F. Williams Tuscany is renowned for its beautiful cities of Florence and Siena, and is historically famous as the birthplace ...
by Marcel F. Williams SLS Block I and Block IB (Credit: NASA) W ith the successful test launch of Space X's Falcon Heavy, some ...