Saturday, 1 November 2014

NASA seeks proposals for deep space missions

NASA is preparing to launch its Orion spacecraft in December and its Space Launch System (SLS) is scheduled to fly by 2018. However, impressive as this is, more is needed if buyer's regret isn't to set in. To avoid this, the space agency is asking for proposals to develop new technologies to send astronauts to the asteroids and Mars using "sustainable, evolvable, multi-use space capabilities.".. Continue Reading NASA seeks proposals for deep space missions

Section: Space

Tags: Asteroid, Astronauts, ion engine, Mars, NASA, Orion Spacecraft, Space Launch System,Spacecraft

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