NASA Marshall Center's Steve Cook Leads Development of NASA's New Space Launch Vehicles
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
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Steve Cook is director of the Exploration Launch Projects Office at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. He is responsible for overall project management and direction of NASA's new Crew Launch Vehicle, which will transport the Crew Exploration Vehicle into space and deliver uncrewed cargo payloads to space -- key to the Vision for Space Exploration. The office is responsible for the overall integration of the launch vehicle system, and development of a first stage and a new upper stage. The projects office also is responsible for development of NASA's future Cargo Launch Vehicle and Earth Departure Stage, which will carry heavy-lift payloads to space for use by exploration missions on the moon and destinations beyond. (NASA/MSFC)
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