NASA's 8-Minute Rocket Test Shuts Down After 67 Seconds


Core rocket at NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. Had to be cut short yesterday. The procedure was meant to test the rockets for massive engines. By firing up those rockets. The test was supposed to go about eight minutes and only went 60 seconds. NASA program manager Jim Hunnicutt. Any parameter that went awry on the agent could could send that. Failure. I d, but at the time that they made the call, which did still have four good engines up and running at 109%. So for now, the rocket remains on schedule for a November test launch with an unmanned Orion spacecraft. 707 to Wall

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