Total Members Voted: 136
Voting closed: 02/02/2020 02:55 pm
Do you consider termination the defunding of more vehicle orders and development, or the actual flight of the last vehicle? Those will probably be separated in time by 3 or 4 years, because of the long lead times for ordering new components.
I said 2025 because political inertia, though I'm hoping that 2023 is the real year.
I'd like to tease out how support for SLS affects expectations of its longevity.Please do post the rationale behind your answer.
The program's endurance probably is dependent on the the length of the senator from Alabama's tenure in office. So I said terminated by 2025.
But sure, keep peddling the myth that the SLS is solely a creature of Shelby and won't persevere once he's out of office. I'm sure that will age well.