ESA offers financial aid to NASA's Orion module

11/26/2012 | Spaceflight Now

European Space Agency member states have approved funding to create a service module for NASA's Orion deep-space exploration vehicle. The ESA will offer $320 million over the next two years as initial investment to begin development of the vehicle's propulsion and power module. The Orion capsule, which will perform missions beyond Earth's low orbit, will be launched in late 2017.

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