Lockheed Martin Opens Advanced Manufacturing Facility to Expand Orion Spacecraft Production
Aviation Update|August 2021
Lockheed Martin opened its Spacecraft Test, Assembly and Resource (STAR) Center. The STAR Center features business and digital transformation innovations that will expand manufacturing, assembly and testing capacity for NASA's Orion spacecraft program and ultimately, future space exploration.

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