NASA’s Ares rockets updates

by | Jul 24, 2008 | Seradata News | 3 comments

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I spent the whole of Wednesday 23 July in NASA Ares project offices’ presentations and have a wealth of information to write about these rocket’s ongoing development 

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I am on vacation today and tomorrow and will write more about the new information on NASA’s Constellation programme next week

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