I dont feel real good about how NASA has gone about this project .I am thinking sabotage. JMHO
The tooling to make said engines is sadly no more. The cost to remake the tooling and put them back in production is prohibitivePut the proven Saturn 5 rocket engines on it and get the job done. NASA always wants to reinvent the wheel.
The tooling to make said engines is sadly no more. The cost to remake the tooling and put them back in production is prohibitive
Also, the SLS uses RS-25 engines that flew on the space shuttle - NASA is reusing their own stuff.
She is finally off
The Artemis I mission took flight in the early hours of Wednesday after months of anticipation. The event kicked off a historic trip that will send an uncrewed spacecraft around the moon, paving the way for NASA to return astronauts to the lunar surface.www.google.com
Just one item turned up in a google searchAnd you know this how? Please show the proof.
YUP reminds me of the shuttle. Nothing like an RS 25 at full song