U.S. Navy and NASA are conducting a series of tests on the recovery of the Orion crew module.
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Orion service module stacking assembly secured on a special transportation platform, loaded into NASA’s Super Guppy aircraft ready for flight, at the Shuttle Landing Facility
NASA astronauts Cady Coleman and Ricky Arnold step into the Orion crew module hatch during a series of spacesuit check tests conducted at the Space
Test version of Orion capsule recovered in the Pacific Ocean by the US Navy.
Orion’s Ascent Abort-2 flight test vehicle rolled out from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Abort System Facility to Space Launch Complex 46 at Cape Canaveral Air
Flown Orion spacecraft visits Washington, DC, for Made in America Showcase.
Take a look at NASA’S Orion capsule launch abort system.
The Orion crew module, after a successful space travel, is in the well deck of the amphibious transport dock ship USS Anchorage, in the Pacific
NASA’s newest Orion spacecraft, will be launching into space for the first time in December 2014, on a flight that will take it farther than
Orion with the largest heat shield ever constructed, attached to the bottom of the capsule by engineers during assembly work inside the Operations and Checkout