Flight-hardware SLS Engine Controller Tested At Stennis

Credit: An upgraded controller installed in a developmental RS-25 for a 500-sec. test will be used on the first SLS mission: NASA
Engineers at NASA’s Stennis Space Center hot-fire tested an RS-25 developmental rocket engine for the heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) March 23 with an upgraded electronic controller intended to help lift an Orion capsule toward a flight around the Moon as early as next year. Originally...

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