The Project Morpheus Lander

The Project Morpheus Lander

NASA’s Johnson Space Center’s (JSC) Mission Control in Houston, TX, takes control of a mission as soon as a spacecraft is launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. But Houston, also known as Space City, has not fired a rocket engine, let alone tested a new rocket-powered vehicle, in years—until ...

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