HOUSTON—The NASA Orion capsule assigned to the first joint test flight of the Space Launch System (SLS), the uncrewed Artemis 1 mission, reached Ohio by air transport from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Nov. 24, where it is to undergo several weeks of tests simulating the cislunar environment at the agency’s Plum Brook Station thermal vacuum chamber in Sandusky. The four-person capsule and its European Space Agency (ESA)-furnished service module arrived aboard NASA’s ...

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