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How to watch NASA fire up its massive SLS moon rocket tomorrow – CNET

Before the first major Artemis mission takes off, NASA needs to prove its huge rocket system is up to the task. That calls for a “Green Run” hot fire test.



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The latest SLS Green Run tests are taking place at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.
One of NASA’s main goals for 2021 is to launch Artemis I, an uncrewed moon mission meant to show the Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System rocket can safely send humans to our lunar neighbor. But first, NASA plans to make some noise with a fiery SLS test on Saturday.
NASA is nearing the end of the Green Run test series that puts the core stage — which the agency describes as “the backbone of the…

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