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NASA's Marshall Center Readies Historic, Apollo-Era Test Stand for Testing of Ares I -- America's New Rocket
04.04.08
 
Kimberly Newton
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
256-544-0034
kimberly.d.newton@nasa.gov

Photo release: 08-040


The Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand begins preparation for a new era of testing. + Large (2400 x 3000, 300 ppi)
+ Medium (516 x 645, 72 ppi)
+ Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

The Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand begins preparation for a new era of testing. (NASA/MSFC)


The Dynamic Test Stand was built in the 1960s to perform  ground vibration testing of the Saturn V launch vehicle and the Apollo spacecraft. + Large (2336 x 2900, 300 ppi)
+ Medium (516 x 641, 72 ppi)
+ Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

The Dynamic Test Stand was built in the 1960s to perform ground vibration testing of the Saturn V launch vehicle and the Apollo spacecraft. (NASA/MSFC)


Beginning in 1978, the space shuttle Enterprise was hoisted into Marshall's Dynamic Test Stand for vertical ground vibration testing in a launch configuration. + Large (2008 x 3000, 300 ppi)
+ Medium (516 x 771, 72 ppi)
+ Small (100 x 75, 72 ppi)

Beginning in 1978, the space shuttle Enterprise was hoisted into Marshall's Dynamic Test Stand for vertical ground vibration testing in a launch configuration. (NASA/MSFC)


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