IAC 2008: VIDEO – Ares V briefing

by | Oct 8, 2008 | Ares | 1 comment

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At the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 2008, held in Glasgow, Scotland last week NASA’s Ares V integration manager Stephen Creech gave a briefing on the 3 October about the new heavy lift rocket, Ares V cargo launch vehicle

Tomorrow I will post a video briefing about NASA’s Ares flight test strategy

Click through to the extended portion of this blog post to see the Ares V briefing video

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