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KSC-2014-4523 (11/19/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –NASA's Project Morpheus prototype lander's engine fires briefly in a tethered-flight test at the north end of the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. However, the test was stopped following detection of an anomaly immediately after engine ignition. The tether test was cut short due to Morpheus exceeding onboard abort rate limits. The vehicle was taken back to the hangar and data from the test is being studied. After review, managers will determine when a new test date will be set. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4522 (11/19/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –NASA's Project Morpheus prototype lander is lifted by a crane in preparation for a tethered-flight test at the north end of the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. For the 40-second test, the lander will be hoisted 20 feet. The spacecraft will ascend an additional five feet and hover for five seconds. Morpheus then will perform a 5.6-foot ascent coupled with a 9.8-foot traverse, and hover for five more seconds before returning to the launch point. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4521 (11/19/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –NASA's Project Morpheus prototype lander is prepared for lifting by a crane in preparation for a tethered-flight test at the north end of the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. For the 40-second test, the lander will be hoisted 20 feet. The spacecraft will ascend an additional five feet and hover for five seconds. Morpheus then will perform a 5.6-foot ascent coupled with a 9.8-foot traverse, and hover for five more seconds before returning to the launch point. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4520 (11/19/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –NASA's Project Morpheus prototype lander undergoes final preparations for a tethered-flight test at the north end of the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. For the 40-second test, the lander will be hoisted 20 feet. The spacecraft will ascend an additional five feet and hover for five seconds. Morpheus then will perform a 5.6-foot ascent coupled with a 9.8-foot traverse, and hover for five more seconds before returning to the launch point. A number of changes have been made, primarily focused on autonomous landing and hazard avoidance technology ALHAT and moving the Doppler Lidar to the front of the forward liquid oxygen tank. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4519 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is lowered by crane onto the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4518 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is lowered by crane onto the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4517 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is lowered by crane onto the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4516 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is lowered by crane onto the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4515 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is lowered by crane onto the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4514 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is secured on the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4513 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is secured on the deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4512 (11/18/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, if needed, is being prepared for loading onto the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4511 (11/17/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – NASA Orion Recovery Director Jeremy Graeber, with the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, reviews Orion recovery procedures with NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel aboard the USS Anchorage at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before the launch of Orion on its first flight test atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4510 (11/17/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – NASA Orion Recovery Director Jeremy Graeber, with the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, reviews Orion recovery procedures with NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel aboard the USS Anchorage at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before the launch of Orion on its first flight test atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4509 (11/17/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – A ramp is being loaded on the USS Anchorage so that ground support equipment for use during recovery of the Orion crew module after its first flight test can be loaded into the well deck of the ship at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4508 (11/17/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, is being prepared for loading into the well deck of the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4507 (11/17/2014) --- SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Ground support equipment for use during an alternate recovery method of the Orion crew module after its first flight test, is being prepared for loading onto the USNS Salvor, a salvage ship, at Naval Base San Diego in California. Before launch of Orion on a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, NASA, Lockheed Martin and U.S. Navy personnel will head out to sea in the USS Anchorage and the USNS Salvor and wait for splashdown of the Orion crew module in the Pacific Ocean. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4506 (11/17/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A water moccasin snake travels across the gravel surface near the Mobile Launcher, or ML, at the Mobile Launcher Park Site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Nearby, the haunch, a structure that will support the launch vehicle on the ML, arrives by flatbed truck at the park site. The ML is being modified and strengthened to accommodate the weight, size and thrust at launch of NASA's Space Launch System, or SLS, and Orion spacecraft. In 2013, the agency awarded a contract to J. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4505 (11/17/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Modifications continue on the Mobile Launcher, or ML, at the Mobile Launcher Park Site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The haunch, a structure that will support the launch vehicle on the ML, arrives by flatbed truck at the park site. The ML is being modified and strengthened to accommodate the weight, size and thrust at launch of NASA's Space Launch System, or SLS, and Orion spacecraft. In 2013, the agency awarded a contract to J.P. Donovan Construction Inc. Read more...

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KSC-2014-4504 (11/17/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Modifications continue on the Mobile Launcher, or ML, at the Mobile Launcher Park Site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The haunch, a structure that will support the launch vehicle on the ML, arrives by flatbed truck at the park site. The ML is being modified and strengthened to accommodate the weight, size and thrust at launch of NASA's Space Launch System, or SLS, and Orion spacecraft. In 2013, the agency awarded a contract to J.P. Donovan Construction Inc. Read more...

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