NASA Until January 17, 2021, it is aimed at the final test of the Green Run series in the heat. It is the culmination of an eight-part experimental Green Run test series that will gradually take the main stage to the hot spot. Launch System (SS) – A deep space rocket that will empower the next generation of human missions on the moon – for the first time in life.
NASA On December 20, 2020, on December 20, 2020, he held his seventh test run of the SLS Major Green Run test at the NASA Estonia Space Center near Basa St. Louis, Mississippi. The transmission is fully loaded and dumped at two major tanks at the SLS main level.
The wet dressing practice provided structural and environmental information, verified the platform’s noise storage capabilities, demonstrated standard flight computers and aviation software, and performed a thorough inspection of all platform systems.
Due to the valve shutdown, the end of the test automatically stopped a few minutes earlier. Subsequent data analysis The waltz predicted closure disappeared for about a second and the hardware, software, and platform controller were done correctly to stop the test.
The team is ready to continue the final test of the Green Run series.
“During the wet run test, the main stage, stage controller, and green running software did everything perfectly, and when the tanks were fully loaded for about two hours, there were no leaks,” said Julie Basler. SLS Standards Manager at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The information from all the experiments so far has given us the courage to continue the heat.
At the start of the upcoming heat test, it will turn off all four RS-25 engines at a time for up to eight minutes to simulate stage performance. Following the shooting, the SSS headquarters was renovated and sent to the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida on the agency’s Pegasus Bridge. The forum will then be joined by other rocket units and NASA Orion spacecraft for the first preparation of Artemis 1, the first integrated flight of SLS and Orion and the first mission of the Agency’s Artemis program.
“The next few days will be crucial for the preparation of the Artemis I Rocket Level, the B-2 test level at NASA Estonia Space Center, and the Green Run test series,” said SSS Project Manager Barry Robinson. Major Green Run test at Stennis. As we approach the key milestone for NASA’s Artemis missions, the forthcoming Green Race Fuel Test is the result of this team’s hard work.
The SSS rocket launch is a concerted effort by NASA and its industry partners. Boeing is the main contractor for the main stage, and Eroget Rocketdine is the leading contractor for the RS-25 engines. Previous experiments in the Green Run test series have reviewed the platform’s avionics systems, steering systems, and hydraulic systems.
NASA In 2024, she is working to land the first woman and the next man on the moon. SS and Orion are the backbone of NASA’s deep space exploration of man-made landings and lunar orbits. The only rocket SS that can send Orion, astronauts and supplies to the moon in one mission.