With 1st Artemis launch on tap, commercial partners promise cost cuts

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Orlando Sentinel

ORLANDO, Fla. — NASA is about to light a $4.1 billion candle to launch the first mission in its Artemis program to the moon. The pricey pie has seen ballooning costs and delays in the last decade with slices heading to dozens of aerospace companies across the nation. On Friday, representatives from several of those companies joined NASA’s Jim Free, associate administrator for the Exploration Systems Development Mission Directorate, to outline progress for future missions while also promising the reduce the costs. “I hope that everyone takes some pride nationally for what we’ve been able to do …

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