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NASA test the engine that will take man to Mars

Nasa new engine is getting ready for Mars

 

The RS-25 engine, with an impressive capacity of 12 million horsepower, was tested in recent days by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This technology was designed in the 70s, and the space office hopes it will be the boost to the core of the new Space Launch System (SLS), which would take astronauts to asteroids and even Mars.

Those responsible for this project at NASA considered fantastic that the engine that has propelled many space travel is the same preparing now for the first manned flight of SLS, which is scheduled for 2030.

 

Max Brog
CEO, South American Jets

 

Nasa new engine is getting ready for Mars

 

The RS-25 engine, with an impressive capacity of 12 million horsepower, was tested in recent days by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This technology was designed in the 70s, and the space office hopes it will be the boost to the core of the new Space Launch System (SLS), which would take astronauts to asteroids and even Mars.

Those responsible for this project at NASA considered fantastic that the engine that has propelled many space travel is the same preparing now for the first manned flight of SLS, which is scheduled for 2030.

 

Max Brog
CEO, South American Jets

 

Nasa new engine is getting ready for Mars

 

The RS-25 engine, with an impressive capacity of 12 million horsepower, was tested in recent days by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This technology was designed in the 70s, and the space office hopes it will be the boost to the core of the new Space Launch System (SLS), which would take astronauts to asteroids and even Mars.

Those responsible for this project at NASA considered fantastic that the engine that has propelled many space travel is the same preparing now for the first manned flight of SLS, which is scheduled for 2030.

 

Max Brog
CEO, South American Jets