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March 08, 2007

NASA's Orion Spacecraft One Step Closer To Assembly

Baseline Established After Completion Of Systems Requirement Review

After having one of its (now former) astronauts charged with assault... a hailstorm that damaged and delayed the shuttle Atlantis... and a funding shortage that will keep its next generation spacecraft on the ground until 2015, NASA could use some good news right now. Well, it's not a miracle donation of $545 million in cash... but NASA does have some reason to celebrate, courtesy of its upcoming Orion crew exploration vehicle.

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NASA Puts An End To Lisa Nowak's Astronaut Career

First Astronaut Removed From Space Agency

A stellar career spanning a decade has come to an abrupt end. NASA, by mutual agreement with the US Navy, released a statement Wednesday announcing astronaut Lisa Nowak's termination from her duties with the space agency.

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