While Space X and other private companies are working furiously to provide their own human passenger spacecraft for travel into Earth's orbit, NASA wants to go even further.
The agency has begun testing models of the SLS and initial construction of some the major components.
However, as with many large NASA projects, the SLS has already been delayed from an initial flight in 2017, and lawmakers in Congress, who must approve NASA's budget, are concerned about further delays and cost overruns.
Whether NASA is able to keep the project on track remains to be seen, but at the moment, it's all systems go.
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This milestone marks NASA’s first CDR on a deep-space human exploration launch vehicle since 1961, when the Saturn V rocket underwent a similar design review as the United States sought to land an astronaut on the moon.'The potential use of SLS for science will further enhance the synergy between scientific exploration and human exploration,' said John Grunsfeld, astronaut and associate administrator for science at NASA Headquarters in Washington.
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It will also be more powerful than any rocket in operation today.
Russia's super-rocket design has yet to be unveiled.