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Cleaning up the QM-2 deluge

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Cleaning up the QM-2 deluge A worker clears cooling water away from the nozzle of the QM-2 solid rocket booster in Promontory, Utah. NASA and Orbital ATK successfully completed the second and final qualification test-firing of the five-segment booster, which will fly on the Space Launch System in 2018.

Jason Davis / The Planetary Society

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