Rocket re-do: NASA will run SLS Green Run test again
The B-2 Test Stand at NASA’s Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi with the core stage for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. NASA officials said they were first reviewing all the data before deciding if another Green Run test would need to happen before the hardware is brought down to Kennedy Space Center for launch. The core stage built by Boeing will be used on the Artemis-1 mission, sending the uncrewed Orion spacecraft around the moon and back. Ad[RELATED: What to know about NASA’s final Green Run test of the Artemis rocket]The Green Run test is the eighth and, hopefully, final test in a series needed to prepare the rocket for launch and really put the pedal to the metal testing its power and capabilities. AdIf all goes well during the second try, the core stage will undergo some refurbishment and then be transported via barge down to Florida.