SLS Green Run Retargeted For Late Fall

SLS core stage work.
Credit: NASA/Stennis Space Center
CAPE CANAVERAL—NASA is slowing reopening some of its facilities, including parts of the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, where work to prepare the first Space Launch System (SLS) for a static test fire has been on hiatus for two months due to the coronavirus pandemic. NASA had planned to conduct...

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