HOUSTON – NASA says it is pleased with how various hardware and software changes being implemented at the Christopher C. Kraft Jr. Mission Control Center debuted during Exploration Flight Test-1, the first unpiloted orbital test flight of the Orion crew exploration capsule in late 2014. More strides are anticipated as the agency prepares for the second unpiloted Orion spacecraft test flight in 2018, a 24-day trip around the Moon and back following the future crew capsule’s first ...

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