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Critical NASA rocket test ends early with a shutdown – The Verge

NASA’s Space Launch System Green Run hot fire ended with a shutdown. The test was designed to put the massive rocket through its paces ahead of launch.

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The SLS Green Run hot fire only lasted for a little over a minute
A critical NASA rocket test ended with a shutdown on Saturday, a little over a minute into what was planned to be an eight-minute test. This trial run was a vital checkpoint for NASAs much-delayed Space Launch System. The SLS is set to play a key role in the agencys Artemis program which aims to return astronauts to the Moon.
During todays Green Run test, the four rocket engines in the SLS core fired for a little over a minute while…

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