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Stennis Marks Year of Change and Moving Forward
 
Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise visited Stennis to mark the 40th anniversary of the mission and recount his experiences on the flight.
Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise recounts his experiences on that mission during a visit to Stennis Space Center on April 20 to mark the 40th anniversary of the historic flight.


Stennis Space Center Director Patrick Scheuermann (second from right) stands with Legends Lecture Series presenters George Hopson (l to r), Jerry Hlass and J.R. Thompson.
Stennis Space Center Director Patrick Scheuermann (second from right) stands with Legends Lecture Series presenters George Hopson (l to r), Jerry Hlass and J.R. Thompson. The three former leaders reflected on their experiences in the first of several planned lecture series sessions on Nov. 9.


Stennis Space Center employees install a chemical steam generator unit at the E-2 Test Stand.
Stennis Space Center employees install a chemical steam generator unit at the E-2 Test Stand. After testing the unit, it will be installed on the A-3 Test Stand under construction.


The A-3 Test Stand being built to provide simulated high-altitude testing of next-generation rocket engines marked several construction milestones in 2010.
When complete, the A-3 Test Stand at Stennis Space Center will allow testing of rocket engines at simulated altitudes up to 100,000 feet.


Stennis Space Center completed total rebuilds of the north and south (as shown) security gates to enhance appearance and increase safety.
In 2010, Stennis Space Center completed total rebuilds of the north and south (as shown) security gates to enhance appearance and increase safety.