RS-25 Ground Tests
Engineers have installed a surplus space shuttle main engine on Test Stand A-1 at NASA’s Stennis Space Center, preparing for ground tests of the old reusable engine and its new controller as the throw-away main-stage propulsion system for the planned heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS). “This test...
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