NASA asks for composite strut ideas for Altair lunar lander

by | Sep 25, 2009 | Seradata News | 1 comment

While NASA’s Altair lunar lander design studies hang around in US Review of Human Space Flight Plans committee report limbo, the space agency appears to be doing some work still and this Langley Research Center procurement synopsis is asking for ideas about composite strut ideas for Altair. An indication that Constellation is still go?

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