A drone captures an overhead view of an RS-25 rocket test at Stennis Space Center on Feb. 22, along with a rainbow. The core stage of NASA’s Space Launch System vehicle will use four RS-25 engines — relics from the space shuttle program that are being retrofitted with new controllers that are smarter and lighter than past computers.
A drone captures an overhead view of an RS-25 rocket test at Stennis Space Center on Feb. 22, along with a rainbow. The core stage of NASA’s Space Launch System vehicle will use four RS-25 engines — relics from the space shuttle program that are being retrofitted with new controllers that are smarter and lighter than past computers. Courtesy of NASA
A drone captures an overhead view of an RS-25 rocket test at Stennis Space Center on Feb. 22, along with a rainbow. The core stage of NASA’s Space Launch System vehicle will use four RS-25 engines — relics from the space shuttle program that are being retrofitted with new controllers that are smarter and lighter than past computers. Courtesy of NASA

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