timothy from the space-bureaucrats-will-find-a-way dept.
TheEqualizer writes "Continuing on the NYT story on NASA's current CEV launcher plans, spaceref has an even
more extensive look with detailed assessments of the available options. By all accounts, it looks like NASA is picking up where it left off with Apollo but also combining it with established Shuttle technology -- the capsule concept of the 1960s atop the shuttle boosters of the 1970s being the winning combination under the current budgetary limitations. However, is this coupling of
old technology and designs really the best we can do?"
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