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The space launch system's first lunar mission is scheduled to take piggyback charges – thirteen Cubesat satellites
Space Launch System (SLS) is being developed since 2011 when the Obama administration's President decided that Abandon Constellation project. The constellation was one of the foundations of George W. Bush's Vision for Space Exploration. It was based on Ares rockets and Orion spacecraft, which were designed to replace Space Shuttle retired in 201
1. In 2010, final decision on the deletion Ares program was made, but Orion spacecraft was still under development. In 2011, following Barack Obama's decision, NASA started developing new rockets that could be used for lunar and even Mars missions. The first unmanned flight (EM-1 – Exploration Mission-1) of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle and SLS missile is scheduled for 2018. To maximize profits from the mission, NASA has decided to prepare thirteen Cubesat satellites aboard SLS. But instead of being launched and deployed in LEO like other missions (such as ULA Atlas flights), Cubesats will fly into space this time. According to NASA
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