Orbital Sciences Corp.'s Antares rocket lifts off at Wallops Island, Va., in April of last year. The Antares uses a pair of Russian-made NK-33 rocket engines that Moscow says it will stop supplying for military launches. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Atlas V (left); Falcon 9 (right) ULA; SpaceX hide caption

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Rocket Wars: Will A Suit By SpaceX Get Off The Ground?

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A screenshot shows how a team would track changes to its rocket project on a Sunglass platform. Sunglass hide caption

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