Monday, April 15, 2013

NASA Updates Reporters on SLS and Orion Development


2 comments:

Aaren Gray said...

Well done Nasa. i just listen this news on Aljazeera Live TV

jimwg said...

How I regret they didn't pick up from X-30 and hone other true winged spacecraft instead of going back to the future with capsules. Hypersonic flight is still a research frontier for NASA. I know former lifting body engineers are totally nonplussed that all their research has been pushed aside for Orion and NASA Mars and asteroid schemes that the social climate and budget isn't going to eat for a long while.

James Greenidge
Queens NY

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