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Scheduling cis-lunar station work

The cis-lunar station program involves an extremely complex network of organizations including space agencies, contractors and scientific teams around the world, which all have to work in sync on multiple aspects and components of the project over many years. To manage their interdependent activities, NASA formed a special Schedule Working Group, SWG, tasked with compiling and updating the project's schedule. This page will attempt to track the history and evolution of the development and assembly timeline of the cis-lunar station.

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