NASA Audit Reveals Boeing and Grumman Get Most SLS Money

A recent NASA audit reveals Boeing and Grumman cut of Space Launch System contracts. It also reveals that NASA Artemis will end up costing $93 billion through 2025. $29 billion will have gone to SLS. Lockheed gets $17 billion for Orion. SOURCES – NASA Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com Brian Wang is a Futurist Thought…
NASA Audit Reveals Boeing and Grumman Get Most SLS Money


A recent NASA audit reveals Boeing and Grumman cut of Space Launch System contracts.

It also reveals that NASA Artemis will end up costing $93 billion through 2025. $29 billion will have gone to SLS. Lockheed gets $17 billion for Orion.

SOURCES – NASA


Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

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