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The safest spacecraft designed by NASA, Orion will carry humans to the moon and beyond.
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NASA_SLS Nov 15
Don't miss out! The deadline to register for the Day NASA Social event in December is Nov. 17. Participants will: 📸 tour and 🚀 see the SLS hardware 👩‍🚀 learn about DETAILS >>
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Nicole Smith Nov 15
: How NE Ohio is lending a hand to the new space frontier!
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NASA Nov 13
Progress toward the launch of I — our 🛰️ has completed final assembly and systems testing. The 🚀 core stage is nearing completion, as technicians attach the RS-25 engines to propulsion and avionics systems. About Artemis:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Nov 13
the crew and service module was lifted out of the Final Assembly and Test cell ahead of its transport to NASA’s Plum Brook Station where it will undergo environmental testing to be certified for launch of the first mission:
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VACCO Industries Nov 12
Thank you Astronauts Randolph Bresnik , Donald Pettit & for your visit to VACCO. We appreciate your inspiring stories to space travel & your common vision of Human Exploration. VACCO is a proud supplier to & !
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NASA Nov 12
Have plans on Dec. 9-10? 📅 We’re inviting social media users to apply to visit our rocket factory in New Orleans, see the rocket core stage assembled with all four RS-25 engines and learn about our program to explore the Moon. Details:
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Orion Spacecraft Nov 12
Looking good. We just put ours on the stand too 😉
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Orion Spacecraft Nov 12
I Orion final assembly and systems testing is complete at@NASAKennedy. Next stop: Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio for thermal-vacuum testing.
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NASA Social Nov 12
🚨New ! 🚨 We're inviting social media users to visit our rocket factory in New Orleans, see the rocket core stage assembled with all four RS-25 engines & learn about missions to explore the Moon. Don’t delay, apply today:
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Orion Spacecraft Nov 12
We just posted a few more. Take a look:
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Kellyanne Burbage Nov 11
OK, , I needed a lot of help assembling this model! (Thanks, hubby!) I punched out the parts all by myself, tho. Love it!
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Mark Kirasich Nov 11
Great effort by the team today as they lift the I spacecraft out of the Final Assembly and System Testing cell in preparation for transport to Plum Brook Station.
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NASA Nov 11
On , we take a moment to salute those who serve and have served in our nation’s military, including some of our & . Here's a message from who also serves as an officer in the :
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Randy Bresnik Nov 10
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Stu Mcclung Nov 9
Had a great time today sharing the story with a great audience!
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NASA_SLS Nov 8
We are a step closer to landing the American astronauts on the Moon by 2024. With the final engine attached, technicians are now working inside the rocket to make all the final connections and complete assembly on the SLS core stage for Artemis I. MORE >>
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Aerojet Rocketdyne Nov 8
The engines for the first flight of are connected to core stage, . Congrats Team!
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 8
Measuring at 212 feet from end to end, the core stage with all four RS-25 engines attached is the largest rocket stage has built since the Saturn V stages for Apollo. Excited to see it in person at in New Orleans next month!
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Jason Hutt Nov 8
Replying to @NASA_Orion
I’ll add some more context and design information on our sleep configuration as we’ve recently solidified the design of our Orion sleeping bags and other supporting hardware.
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Orion Spacecraft Nov 8
Orion Astronauts will be happy campers as they sleep under the stars 240,000 miles away from Earth.
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