What next for Ares I-X?

by | Feb 18, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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credit NASA / caption: when will we see Ares I-X lift off?

The 11 February edition of the NASA Ares I-X newsletter Blast gives a timetable for activities over the next 90-days for the Constellation programme’s first test flight. Go through to the extended section of this blog post to see the timetable

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credit: NASA

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