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Upstarts like SpaceX might get most of the attention, but let's not forget that NASA -- you know, the folks who actually put 12 guys on the moon -- isn't done pushing to explore the heavens just yet. Case in point: the agency is working on a whopper of a rocket called (unimaginatively enough) the Space Launch System that'll eventually propel a manned Orion capsule in Mars' direction, and officials just green-lit that massive booster for development. The formulation phase is over folks, time to build this crazy thing. There is, however, a downside. You see, the SLS was originally slated to make its first official test flight with an uncrewed Orion capsule in December 2017, but it's looking at this point like that inaugural launch will actually take place nearly a year later. Yeah, we can hardly wait either, but it was going to be a long while before all the development and infrastructure fell into place anyway -- NASA associate administrator Robert Lightfoot reaffirmed in a statement that we won't be flinging humans at the red planet until the 2030s. Think you can beat that, Mr. Musk?
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Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is keen to pursue the loan signing of Manchester United's England International forward Danny Welbeck.
According to reports in the Daily Mail, the Spurs boss was in Milton Keynes to watch the striker on Tuesday, as Louis van Gaal's side crashed out of the Capital One Cup at the hands of the League 1 Dons.
Pochettino is keen for further signings before the transfer window closes on Monday, and added Sevilla defender Federico Fazio to his squad yesterday evening.
Tottenham are believed to be among a number of teams interested in Welbeck, but unlike Sunderland and Hull City, they offer European football. North London rivals Arsenal have also been linked, but White Hart Lane is believed to be the player's preferred destination.
The Argentine is also interested in Jay Rodriguez, but the Southampton striker will not be fit until January and relations between the clubs were soured by a failed swoop for Morgan Schneiderlin.
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