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First reported Jul 21 2014 - Updated Jul 21 2014 - 1 reports

To the Moon: 45 years after Apollo 11

NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) if built to completion, might return us someday to the moon. Art: NASAFive years ago, on the fortieth anniversarry of the Apollo 11 landing, I wrote a series of articles titled "To the Moon: How we Built the Technologies". ... [Published ZDNet - Jul 21 2014]
First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 09 2014 - 1 reports

Boeing Gets $2.8 Billion to Help Build World's Most Powerful Rocket

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> Illustration: Boeing The most powerful rocket ever built will use four space shuttle engines and two solid rocket boosters to propel NASA astronauts to Earth orbit and beyond—and that translates into a ... [Published IEEE Spectrum - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

NASA Gears Up for Next Set of Engine Tests for Space Launch System

The RS-25 engine that will power NASA's new rocket, the (SLS), off the launch pad and on journeys to an asteroid and Mars is getting ready for the test stand. And it is packing a big punch.Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Miss., ... [Published Space Daily - Apr 16 2014]

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...ever—will be built safely, affordably and on time," said Virginia Barnes, vice president and program manager of Boeing SLS, in a press release . "We are passionate about NASA’s mission to explore deep space. It’s a very personal mission, as well as a national mandate."
"From the start, testing of the J-2X engine progressed at an incredible pace and provided invaluable data" said Gary Benton, J-2X and RS-25 test project manager at Stennis
...Swanson is the center's point-of-contact for additive manufacturing. "But NASA has the ability to get on-board to leverage it for our unique needs."
"This is a big year for Stennis, for NASA and for the nation's human space program," said Gary Benton, RS-25 rocket engine test project manager. "By mid-summer, we will be testing the engines that will carry humans deeper into space than ever before."

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NASA Gears Up for Next Set of Engine Tests for ... [Published Space Daily - Apr 16 2014]
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