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This Year @ NASA, December 20, 2013

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December 20, 2013
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In 2013, NASA helped transform access to low Earth orbit even as one of our venerable spacecraft reached the boundaries of the solar system and we moved ahead on technologies that will help us carry out an ambitious asteroid mission we announced and, eventually, move on to Mars. Heres a quick trip back through 2013 for those and some of the other big things that happened This Year at NASA. Commercial Success


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