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2010-12-30 04:55:00

Congressional roadblocks are forcing NASA to maintain an already obsolete rocket program until March, costing the space agency $500 million and further complicating efforts to replace the space shuttle.

2010-07-06 13:24:00

DENVER, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Orion crew exploration vehicle has successfully completed the Phase 1 Safety Review of NASA's Human Rating Requirements for space exploration in low Earth orbit and beyond.

2009-12-21 07:00:00

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Dec. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- CSC (NYSE: CSC) recently played an integral part in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) successful launch of the Ares I-X test vehicle at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

2008-09-11 11:25:00

Following a preliminary design review late Wednesday, NASA officials unanimously approved the launch system being designed to replace the space shuttle.

2008-06-22 12:00:05

By Robert Block, The Orlando Sentinel, Fla. Jun. 22--CAPE CANAVERAL It's the rocket NASA won't talk about -- but proponents insist it could change everything.

2006-07-03 09:58:19

NASA announced on Friday the names of the next generation of launch vehicles that will return humans to the moon and later take them to Mars and other destinations. The crew launch vehicle will be called Ares I, and the cargo launch vehicle will be known as Ares V.

Latest Ares IV Reference Libraries

2009-07-06 12:14:43

Project Constellation is a spaceflight program run by NASA (the National Aeronautics and Space Administration). The program goals are to continue significant operations away from Earth's environment, to develop technologies needed for expanding exploration of space, and to continue conducting fundamental science. Project Constellation was developed by the Exploration Systems Architecture Study, which established how NASA would pursue the goals from the Vision for Space Exploration and the...

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