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Space Launch System (SLS) Monthly Highlights

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SLS Monthly Highlights

SLS Highlights for March 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    March 2014 (PDF, 3,0 Mb)

 

SLS Highlights for February 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    February 2014 (PDF, 1.4 Mb)

 

SLS Highlights for January 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    January 2014 (PDF, 2.0 Mb)

 

SLS Highlights for December 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    December 2013 (PDF, 2.0 Mb)

 

Jet testing for SLS› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    November 2013 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)

 

Engine testing› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    September-October 2013 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)

 

SLS welding at Stennis Space Center› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    August 2013 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)

 

Artist concept of SLS in flight› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    July 2013 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)



Vertical Welding at Michoud Assembly Facility› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    June 2013 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)



Space Launch System Monthly Highlights May 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    May 2013 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)



Space Launch System Monthly Highlights April 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    April 2013 (PDF, 4.0 Mb)

 

An adapter for the Orion spacecraft under construction at the Marshall Center› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    March 2013 (PDF, 4.0 Mb)



J2X engine testing at Stennis Space Center on Feb. 27, 2013› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    February 2013 (PDF, 4.0 Mb)



Gas generator from an F1 engine is test fired at the Marshall Space Flight Center.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    January 2013 (PDF, 4.0 Mb)



A welding engineer tests a friction stir weld test in support of SLS.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    December 2012 (PDF, 5.1 Mb)



A J2X power pack assembly burns brightly during a hot fire test Nov. 27 at Stennis Space Center.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    November 2012 (PDF, 4.0 Mb)



ATK employees at the Promontory, Utah facility prepare a segment of a qualification motor for the NASA Space Launch System for transport.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    October 2012 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)



Video still from Space Launch System, Powering Forward› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    September 2012 (PDF, 4.8 Mb)



A five-segment booster development motor sits on the test stand in Promontory, Utah.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    August 2012 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)



An artist rendering of the various configurations of the NASA Space Launch System› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    July 2012 (PDF, 5.6 Mb)



A Marshall Center machinist takes a close look at a recent cut on an aluminum adapter ring.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    June 2012 (PDF, 6.0 Mb)



Paul Doyle, right, Yvette Binford, center, and Ken King integrate and debug the SLS avionics software.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    May 2012 (PDF, 5.0 Mb)



The avionics subsystem and hardware are cleared for Flight Control Test 1.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    April 2012 (PDF, 6.0 Mb)



Small solid rocket motor test at the Marshall Center on Mar. 14, 2012.› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    March 2012 (PDF, 4.0 Mb)



J2X 1.8 second duration powerpack test› Space Launch Systems Monthly Highlights
    February 2012 (PDF, 2.0 Mb)


 

 

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Marshall Space Flight Center
Phone: 256-544-0034
Kimberly.M.Henry@nasa.gov

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