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A further delay with a Boeing rocket has NASA considering other options for launching the agency’s future deep-space exploration craft.

The Space Launch System “is struggling to meet its schedule,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said at a U.S. Senate hearing Wednesday. The rocket won’t be ready for a launch in June 2020, when NASA had planned the Exploration Mission-1 flight of its Orion spacecraft around the moon.

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