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ELEKTRO 12/2021 was released on December 1st 2021. Its digital version will be available immediately.

Topic: Measurement, testing, quality care

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NASA Unveiled Its Most Powerful Rocket

13. 12. 2019 | Futurism | www.futurism.com

After many years of delay, NASA has finally shown off its Space Launch System (SLS), which it plans to use to ferry American astronauts to the Moon as soon as 2024. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told the public over the weekend that the rocket is “the most powerful rocket ever bulit.”

Bridenstine also uploaded a video to Twitter yesterday of NASA running a test version of the SLS’s gigantic liquid hydrogen fuel tank through its paces last week, intentionally breaking it in the process. It was capable of withstanding “more than 260% of expected flight loads over five hours before engineers detected a buckling point,” according to a NASA statement.

Nasa rocket

The tank is part of the SLS core stage and will play a critical role in NASA’s Artemis cargo and astronaut missions to the Moon. NASA claims it’s the only rocket that can pack Orion, NASA’s deep space spacecraft, astronauts and supplies to the lunar surface in one go.

Read more at Futurism

Image Credit: NASA