Tuesday, 13 January 2015

NASA test fires SLS engine

The Orion spacecraft may have had its maiden flight, but it's still waiting for the Space Launch System (SLS) booster that will send it beyond the Moon. That wait got a bit shorter on Friday as NASA test fired the RS-25 engine that will power the SLS. The first of eight hot tests, it took place at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi... Continue Reading NASA test fires SLS engine

Section: Space

Tags: NASA, Orion Spacecraft, Space Launch System, Space Shuttle, Spacecraft

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