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NASA Chief Scientist Goddard Space Flight Center James Garvin delivers remarks at the opening of 'Human 2 Mars Summit' at George Washington University in Washington on May 6, 2013.
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The collaboration of NASA GSFC and ATK to validate HPGP thruster technology enables the development of green propellant options, which hold promise for demonstrating higher performance, cost-effectiveness and the reduction of health and safety impacts to personnel and the environmentMore quotes »
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