NASA begins supplying the first massive core for the Space Launch System in the “Green Run” test

NASA boosted the primary stage again Space Launch System On Saturday (Dec. 5), the penultimate “Green Run” test of the next generation of mega vehicles begins, according to agency officials.

For this “wet” exercise, the engineers at NASA Stennis Space Center In Mississippi, they planned to fuel the base stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) missile for the first time, a process that began Monday (Dec. 7) and was expected to last about 48 hours, NASA officials wrote in a blog. The refueling process began on schedule, but NASA engineers paused soon after they began to allow time for further analysis.

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