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It's been 43 years since the US first set a -- to the moon and about one year since the shuttle program officially ended now scientists are making plans for more hours.
NASA has tested the parachute system for the -- euphoria and space capsule.
Which the agency reports will eventually carry -- -- to the red planet.
I guess if we -- the money.
He -- the Eagles in Yuma Arizona how the -- -- case.
-- went off without a hitch this is the fifth air drop test out of eighteen total that will be conducted -- Here's how it works they've basically released a -- -- -- space capsule.
From the back of a C seventeen military cargo jet and then deploy -- shoots.
But it's not even close to how fast this thing will descend when it returns from a space mission one day.
The shuttle came back at.
Miles an hour doesn't come back and more than 20000 miles an hour -- we really have to make sure that the heat shield does work the way that is intended to be.
To test that a Ryan will be launched into space in two years 2014.
It will be unmanned at that time so they can see how the space craft -- When -- re enters the Earth's atmosphere -- careful with this will be thing -- we we will be having more money -- will not be doing much of -- what happened the rest of this project though -- -- this flight work.
Well much like Apollo it is going to take a ride on a rocket into space and the journey takes six months one way or Ryan can accommodate about four astronauts who will study a planet potentially that no human has ever stepped foot on before.
And -- you talk about money this does come at a total price tag are you ready.
Of a little less than one billion dollars a year annually now for this Orion program while lot of GSA awards banquets for that price Casey Stegall in Yuma on smoke and hot day Casey thank you.
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