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Component failure in NASA’s deep-space crew capsule could take months to fix – The Verge

In early November, engineers at NASA and Lockheed Martin discovered a power component had failed in NASA’s future deep-space crew capsule Orion — a problem that…

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Engineers are figuring out how to replace a failed power unit in Orion
Engineers are racing to fix a failed piece of equipment on NASAs future deep-space crew capsule Orion ahead of its first flight to space. It may require months of work to replace and fix. Right now, engineers at NASA and Orions primary contractor, Lockheed Martin, are trying to figure out the best way to fix the component and how much time the repairs are going to take.
In early November, engineers at Lockheed Martin working…

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