The Space Launch System (SLS) is central to the Artemis project, which seeks to land the first woman and the next man on the moon.
NASA on Thursday successfully launched the Space Launch System (SLS) hot fire test, the hub of the most powerful rocket ever built and the Artemis project, aimed at taking the first woman and the next man to the moon.
John C. in Mississippi. During the test at the Stennis Space Center, all four RS-25 engines were fired simultaneously Eight minutes (499.6 seconds) To simulate the performance of the center stage of the rocket during launch.
During the test, the engines consumed more than 2.6 million liters of liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen. NASA. The test, which collected a large amount of data that engineers will analyze in the coming days, a Team applause This underscores the success of the experiment.
This is NASA’s second attempt at the system’s hot fire test since its first test on January 16 Difficult Just a minute, Instead of the planned eight.
- SLS only Rocket The new Orion spacecraft could be brought to the moon in a single mission with astronauts and objects, marking the backbone of the Artemis project. His goal is to “return to the moon to prepare for the next giant leap: to send astronauts to Mars for the first time.” The company aims to take the first lady and the next man to the moon by 2024.
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