First SLS Core Booster Arrives At Kennedy Space Center

Traveling inside the Pegasus barge, the SLS boosters arrived at KSC after a 900-mi. journey from Mississippi.
Credit: NASA drone team
CAPE CANAVERAL—The core booster for the debut launch of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket arrived at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 27, representing a milestone a decade in the making. Anchored inside NASA’s 310-ft.-long, 50-ft.-wide Pegasus barge, the Boeing-built core stage completed a...

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