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NASA goes old school with SLS aerodynamic testing

NASA engineers adjust a 10 ft model of the SLS rocket prior to aerodynamic testing

NASA is turning to a 56-year-old wind tunnel to put its next generation Space Launch System (SLS) rocket through its Aerodynamic paces. The model used in the test represents a cargo variant of the SLS that will stand slightly taller than the eventual first crewed version of the rocket, which will be tested during an unmanned mission in late 2018.

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Category: Space

Tags:
  • Launch Vehicles
  • NASA
  • Rocket
  • Orion Spacecraft
  • SLS
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