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Unmanned Orion Flight Will Stress Systems To Reduce Uncertainty
December 05, 2014
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER—Thursday’s planned flight test of an unmanned Orion crew capsule has been designed to put the maximum stress on those parts of the vehicle that pose some of the greatest risks for future missions with humans on board – jettisoning systems designed for safety on ascent when they...
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