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Space Launch System Wind Tunnel Testing

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Space Launch System Wind Tunnel Testing

Engineers test a model of the 70-metric-ton Space Launch System -- NASA's heavy-lift launch vehicle that will carry crew, cargo and science missions into deep space -- at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.

This testing will help engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama better understand the performance of the integrated system and fine tune the performance of the vehicle.

Credit: NASA's Langley Research Center

Source: NASA - Langley Research Center

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