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Today’s Deep Space Extra

13 Jul 2020, 13:54 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… The NASA Space Launch System (SLS) core stage for the Artemis 1 mission planned for launch in late 2021 advances through “green run” ground testing. A NASA 2021 budget measure is scheduled for markup by the U.S. House Appropriations Committee on Tuesday, prior to the launch of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Hope mission to Mars.
Human Space ExplorationNASA wraps up third SLS core stage green run test, eyes test fire this FallCoalition Member in the News – Northrop GrummanAmericaSpace.com (7/10): NASA engineers are approaching the mid-point of Space Launch System (SLS) core stage “green run” testing at the agency’s Stennis Space Center. The third of eight milestones in the ground testing have been completed, each leading to a planned full duration test firing of the four RS-25 core stage main engines later this year. Once complete, the hardware will move on to the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), where it’s anticipated Artemis 1, an uncrewed multi week test flight of the SLS and Orion capsule will be launched next year.
NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson on going to the Moon, Mars and leading the next generationSpace.com (7/12): Prior to the pandemic, veteran NASA astronaut Stephanie ...

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