NASA'S ORION SPACECRAFT GETS ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE MOON – AND TO MARS

Shrink-wrapped and fresh from the belly of the Super Guppy, NASA’s Orion Spacecraft has returned to the Kennedy Space Center for the big assembly. Scheduled to head out to complete first an orbit of the moon, then land on Earth’s satellite, before venturing out to Mars, the spacecraft has just completed some of the toughest testing imaginable. Sealed into the … Continue reading

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