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Despite budget constraints, Congress last October approved a deep-space crew vehicle called Orion. Lockheed-Martin, the nation's largest defense contractor, got the assignment, and has made a major financial commitment in Denver toward completing that mission. The spacecraft was unveiled in Denver last week.

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