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A model of the SLS rocket on display at the 35th Space Symposium in Colorado SpringsA model of the SLS rocket on display at the 35th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs (AFP Photo/Jason Connolly)

Colorado Springs (AFP) – In the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, Alan Campbell, a project manager for space systems at the famed Draper Laboratory that built the computer which took astronauts to the Moon 50 years ago, is waiting for news from NASA.

His firm has continued to specialize in the advanced technology required for space travel and is a natural candidate to help the US space agency in its quest to return to the Moon by 2024 — once final requests for proposals go out.

“We don’t know when

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