Journalists visited the Operations and Checkout Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center to view progress on Orion, the spacecraft that could take astronauts on a sample collection mission to an asteroid as early as 2021. The event marked three years since President Obama set his vision for space exploration, including the goal of sending humans to an asteroid by 2025. Speakers included Robert Cabana, Kennedy center director; Dan Dumbacher, deputy associate administrator for Exploration Systems Development; Mark Geyer, Orion Program manager; Keith Hefner, Space Launch System Program planning and control manager; and Scott Colloredo, chief architect for the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program. They discussed progress made on final assembly and integration of Orion for its uncrewed Exploration Flight Test-1 in 2014.
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