NASA launches first-ever space launch system to refuel megacrocket core

NASA launches first-ever space launch system to refuel megacrocket core

NASA led to its new phase Space launch system On Saturday (December 5), agency officials said they had begun testing the “green run” of the next-generation megrocket.

For this “wet dress” rehearsal exercise, NASA engineers Stennis Space Center For the first time in Mississippi, the main stage of a rocket launcher (SLS) is planned to be loaded with propellant, a process that will begin on Monday (December 7) and last about 48 hours, NASA officials wrote in a blog post. That fueling process began on schedule, but was suspended by NASA engineers after it began to allow time for further analysis.

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