Case Study

Solutions in practice

By Keith Albertson

NASA hauler makes ‘first mile’ trip toward the moon

Shooting rockets into space that carry astronauts, probes and cargo may be humankind’s greatest feat of engineering. From the early days of space travel through the Apollo moon missions, space stations and beyond, the systems required to travel beyond Earth’s atmosphere grow more complex with each new step.

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