U.S. aerospace companies are putting their wares on the table in the hope that President Donald Trump’s administration will pick some of them up when it gets around to setting its space exploration policy. NASA continues to flesh out its plans for exploring the Solar System with the new heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion crew capsule, detailing a flexible human-tended “deep-space gateway” in lunar orbit and a separate “deep-space transport” that ...
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