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Spacesuit engineers demonstrate how four crew members would be arranged for launch inside the Orion spacecraft, using a mockup of the vehicle at Johnson Space Center. Credits: NASA/Robert Markowitz

Spacesuit engineers demonstrate how four crew members would be arranged for launch inside the Orion spacecraft, using a mockup of the vehicle at Johnson Space Center. Credits: NASA/Robert Markowitz

the vehicle is undergoing launch preparations, for Wednesday, Dec. 3, 20 14 NASA's Orion Spacecraft Prepared for Launch | NASA

Orion Spacecraft Prepared for Launch

the vehicle is undergoing launch preparations, for Wednesday, Dec. 3, 20 14 NASA's Orion Spacecraft Prepared for Launch | NASA

Astronauts Test Orion Docking Hatch For Future Missions

Astronauts Test Orion Docking Hatch For Future Missions

Astronauts Test Orion Docking Hatch For Future Missions Engineers and astronauts conducted testing in a representative model of the Orion spacecraft at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston to gather the crew’s feedback on the design of the docking...

Engineers at Orbital ATK in Promontory, Utah, prepare to test the five-segment booster that will help power NASA's Space Launch System to begin missions to deep space.

Engineers at Orbital ATK in Promontory, Utah, prepare to test the five-segment booster that will help power NASA's Space Launch System to begin missions to deep space.

Rocket Boosters Prepared For Orion Spacecraft's First Flight - Engineers took another step forward in preparations for the first test flight of NASA’s new Orion spacecraft in December. At the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Horizontal Integration Facility (HIF), at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, the three primary core elements of the ULA Delta IV Heavy rocket recently were integrated, forming the first stage of the launch.

Rocket Boosters Prepared For Orion Spacecraft's First Flight

Rocket Boosters Prepared For Orion Spacecraft's First Flight - Engineers took another step forward in preparations for the first test flight of NASA’s new Orion spacecraft in December. At the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Horizontal Integration Facility (HIF), at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, the three primary core elements of the ULA Delta IV Heavy rocket recently were integrated, forming the first stage of the launch.

Inside the Operations and Checkout Building high bay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians dressed in clean-room suits have installed a back shell tile panel onto the Orion crew module and are checking the fit next to the middle back shell tile panel. Preparations are underway for Exploration Flight Test-1, or EFT-1.

Back Shell Tile Panels Installed on NASA's Orion Spacecraft

Inside the Operations and Checkout Building high bay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians dressed in clean-room suits have installed a back shell tile panel onto the Orion crew module and are checking the fit next to the middle back shell tile panel. Preparations are underway for Exploration Flight Test-1, or EFT-1.

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