Hyperbola’s vision for space exploration update – Friday 5 December

by | Dec 3, 2008 | Constellation, exploration, History, NASA | 0 comments

In good aerospace project fashion the Hyperbola alternate vision for space exploration architecture update, part 2b, lunar operations, will be delayed to Friday 5 December

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