04.24.12 - The J-2X engine is back on the A-2 Test Stand at NASA's Stennis Space Center, ready for a more extensive round of tests.› Photo | › Video | › News Release
J-2X engine 10001 is returning back to the A-2 Test Stand at NASA's Stennis Space Center for its second round of tests.
02.15.12 - Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center conducted an initial test of the J-2X engine powerpack Feb. 15, kicking off a series of key tests.› Photo | › Video
01.25.12 - A new series of tests on the engine that will help carry humans to deep space will begin next week at NASA's Stennis Space Center.› Photo
12.21.11 - The best tech gift for propulsion engineers might be NASA's first new human-rated rocket engine to be developed in 40 years, the J-2X.
12.14.11 - NASA has completed the 2011 testing of the J-2X engine, preparing for another active year of testing in 2012.› View Video
12.06.11 - For engineers working on the J-2X engine program, installation of the upgraded J-2X powerpack may feel like a long-awaited holiday gift.
12.01.11 - On Dec. 1, NASA successfully conducted a key stability test of the J-2X rocket engine.› View Video
11.09.11 - NASA has conducted a successful 500-second test of the J-2X engine to help develop an upper stage for the heavy-lift Space Launch System.› Watch Video
09.28.11 - NASA has conducted a test of the J-2X rocket engine, part of the Space Launch System architecture to once again carry humans into deep space.› View Video
07.14.11 - NASA conducted a combined chill test and 1.9-second ignition test July 14 of the next-generation J-2X rocket engine.
06.13.11 - NASA's new J-2X rocket engine is ready for its first round of testing.› View Video
05.13.11 - The J-2X engine's fuel turbopump first stage nozzle passed a test to ensure it can withstand its extreme operating environment.
With a legacy of Saturn V and space shuttle propulsion testing, the A-2 Test Stand at Stennis prepares for its third major rocket engine test project.
Major engine components have been assembled for the first J-2X engine.
12.22.10 - NASA and Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne have successfully completed the heart of the J-2X upper stage rocket engine -- the turbomachinery assemblies.