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J2X 500 second test on Nov. 9, 2011Vehicle hardware and space systems development. Propulsion technologies and powerful new engines. Ground and flight tests of new launch vehicles. Cutting-edge Earth, space, solar and planetary sciences. Engineering breakthroughs. Collaborative partnerships. Theoretical research that expands the bounds of human potential, and practical applications that benefit humanity. These are some of the day-to-day activities at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.

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