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Teamwork makes the dream work. Yesterday the fourth and final structural test article for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) core stage was unloaded from barge Pegasus at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The nearly 70-foot-long liquid oxygen (LOX) tank structural test article was manufactured at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans and is structurally identical to the flight version. Next, crews will load it into a test stand at Marshall for critical testing. The liquid oxygen tank is one of two propellant tanks in the rocket’s core stage that will produce more than 2 million pounds of thrust to help launch Artemis 1, the first flight of the Orion spacecraft and SLS rocket, to the Moon. Testing ensures the success, not only of the initial flights, but also those SLS flights that will carry American astronauts to the Moon and ultimately to Mars. Credit: NASA #nasa #artemis #moontomars #sls #rocket #orion #spacecraft #moon #deepspace #exploration

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  • "NASA continues with its children's story that man stepped on the MOON, and YOU still believe it, poor the future of your species, hopefully you decide to wake up ..."

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  • @mrcl_wllr they have mostly built the new SLS rocket that will take astronauts to the moon, if going to the moon works then they will evolve the rocket forwards to a configuration known as block 2 which will launch astronauts on missions to Mars

  • @mrcl_wllr they have mostly built the new SLS rocket that will take astronauts to the moon, if going to the moon works then they will evolve the rocket forwards to a configuration known as block 2 which will launch astronauts on missions to Mars

  • @mvpjayjay crewed missions begin with Artemis 2 which launches in September 2022. The 2021 date is a tad outdated and was never an official date, Artemis 1 has usually been under the time frame of 2021-2023 but under the asteroid redirect mission it would’ve been 2026 but now since that was cancelled we now have 2022

  • @mrcl_wllr sad I know, but we gotta be patient 👌

  • @louissavarino SLS is not for jobs, jobs are just a way for NASA to get funding, basically how all of their manned Spaceflight programs work.

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  • @edgar_sartillo it may have been a race back then but that’s not a reason to why we haven’t been back.. I mean we go to the ISS all the time. We make all these different probes to go to mars.. Watching a documentary about the truth is not the truth. It’s been over 50 years and we haven’t been to the closest planet? Never mind spending billions to go to Mars, why not actually do a moon mission? They got away with it back then when only the fortunate people had TVs, no color, no internet etc. If they fake a moon mission today, it’ll be to easy to tell. Besides all that, the shadows don’t match up. The gravity on the moon should have been way less than what they showed. There’s gravity, no wind, but the flags flapping?? The cameras could barely get a clear picture but yet they got a crystal clear picture of earth from the moon? No possible. And lastly, it may have been a race and that’s the exact reason we never went. To many failed missions and one mission that surpassed all the faults? They were running out of time.

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