Lockheed wins NASA contract worth up to $4.6 billion

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp has been awarded a NASA contract worth up to $4.6 billion to build Orion astronaut capsules, NASA said on Monday. The work will support the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's programme to build a sustainable presence on the moon.

Reuters September 24, 2019 03:10:32 IST
Lockheed wins NASA contract worth up to $4.6 billion

Lockheed wins NASA contract worth up to 46 billion

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp has been awarded a NASA contract worth up to $4.6 billion to build Orion astronaut capsules, NASA said on Monday.

The work will support the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's programme to build a sustainable presence on the moon.

(Reporting by Joey Roulette; Editing by Tim Ahmann)

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