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RS-25 testing at Marshall Space Flight Center

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RS-25 testing at Marshall Space Flight Center A modified RS-25 Space Shuttle Main Engine is test-fired at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in 1993, at the center's Technology Test Bed, a former Saturn V test stand. Over the years, RS-25 test-firings have occurred at Marshall, Stennis, and on the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center.


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