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Vice President may tell NASA to accelerate lunar landings
2019-03-21T23:50:47+00:00 - Eric Berger / Ars Technica
The meeting of this council that oversees US spaceflight policy will be held in Hunstville, Ala., and led by Vice President Mike Pence. Ars could not confirm these rumors, and a spokeswoman for the National Space Council declined to provide additional information. For example, when he and Trump came into the White House in 2017, NASA was targeting 2019 for a test launch for the Space Launch System rocket. The Space Launch System rocket would focus on launching crew, aboard the Orion spacecraft, into lunar orbit. This was due to ongoing delays with the Space Launch System.

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