Saturday, 14 March 2015

Lockheed Martin previews next generation space cargo ships

Lockheed Martin has provided a glimpse at the next generation of commercial spacecraft by revealing its proposal for NASA's Commercial Resupply Services 2 (CRS-2) program. The new cargo ships, which Lockheed compares to the US transcontinental railroads of the 19th century, are designed to not only resupply the International Space Station, but also support manned deep space missions, such as the first expedition to Mars. .. Continue Reading Lockheed Martin previews next generation space cargo ships

Section: Space

Tags: International Space Station, Lockheed Martin, Mars, MAVEN, NASA, Spacecraft,Spaceflight

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