NASA's liquid hydrogen tank to undergo tests at Marshall Space Flight Centre

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The tank will be subjected to high stresses and loads via dozens of hydraulic cylinders during testing

NASA will soon start stress-testing the liquid hydrogen tank of its Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. On 14 January, the test article was loaded onto Test Stand 4693 at Marshall Space Flight Centre...

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