Northrop Grumman was awarded $187 million for the Gateway Habitat design, which caps off NASA’s 2020 budget work for Artemis components. Additionally, Kathy Lueders was named head of human spaceflight at NASA, which is huge and fantastic news. We take a look at the Artemis program’s acquisitions so far and the road ahead under Lueders’ leadership.
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- NASA selects Maxar to build first Gateway element - SpaceNews.com
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- Kathy Lueders Selected to Lead NASA’s Human Spaceflight Office | NASA
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- NASA Awards Artemis Contract for Gateway Logistics Services | NASA
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