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August 21st, 2015
Episode 173 of 321 episodes
I was invited by NASA Social to watch a test of the RS-25 rocket engine, which once drove the Space Shuttle program and is now a main element of the Space Launch System (SLS). Watch this bad boy go from -400 to 6,000 freakin' degrees in a matter of seconds, then instantly freeze back up again when the burn is done. Amazingstuff. Thank you, NASA! COOL LINKS! •NASA's fancy video of the same event •Overview of the RS-25 engine Click here Click here to download the video. The post FridayFix #141: Scott’s trip to NASA Stennis appeared first on scottsigler.com.