SLS-Orion On Track For Nov. 16 Launch Attempt

SLS caulk

Caulk on a seam between the Orion launch abort system and crew module adapter detached during Hurricane Nicole.

Credit: NASA
CAPE CANAVERAL—Managers overseeing NASA’s Artemis I flight test say the risk posed by storm-damaged caulk on the Orion capsule is not an impediment for flight, clearing the way for a launch attempt at 1:04 a.m. EST on Nov. 16. Pieces of a 10-ft. long section of the silicon caulk, known as RTV...

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