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Back Shell Tile Panels Installed on NASA's Orion Spacecraft | NASA

Back Shell Tile Panels Installed on NASA's Orion Spacecraft

Back Shell Tile Panels Installed on NASA's Orion Spacecraft | NASA

NASA's First Orion Spacecraft Test Flight Explained (Infographic) [Space Future

NASA's First Orion Spacecraft Test Flight Explained (Infographic) [Space Future

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, Rocket Move Closer to First Flight

Orion Spacecraft, Rocket Move Closer to First Flight

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, Rocket Move Closer to First Flight

AIRBUS TO BUILD SERVICE MODULE FOR NASA’S ORION SPACECRAFT  http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/missions/airbus-build-service-module-nasas-orion-spacecraft-2/

AIRBUS TO BUILD SERVICE MODULE FOR NASA’S ORION SPACECRAFT http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/missions/airbus-build-service-module-nasas-orion-spacecraft-2/

AIRBUS TO BUILD SERVICE MODULE FOR NASA’S ORION SPACECRAFT http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/missions/airbus-build-service-module-nasas-orion-spacecraft-2/

AIRBUS TO BUILD SERVICE MODULE FOR NASA’S ORION SPACECRAFT http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/missions/airbus-build-service-module-nasas-orion-spacecraft-2/

Assembly Complete for NASA’s Maiden Orion Spacecraft Launching in December 2014

Assembly Complete for NASA’s Maiden Orion Spacecraft Launching in December 2014

The United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket with NASA’s Orion spacecraft mounted atop, lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 37 at at 7:05 a.m. EST, Friday, Dec. 5, 2014, in Florida. The Orion spacecraft will orbit Earth twice, reaching an altitude of approximately 3,600 miles above Earth before landing in the Pacific Ocean.

The United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket with NASA’s Orion spacecraft mounted atop, lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 37 at at 7:05 a.m. EST, Friday, Dec. 5, 2014, in Florida. The Orion spacecraft will orbit Earth twice, reaching an altitude of approximately 3,600 miles above Earth before landing in the Pacific Ocean.

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Set to Roll out to Launch Pad for its First Flight | NASA

Orion Spacecraft Set to Roll out to Launch Pad for its First Flight

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Set to Roll out to Launch Pad for its First Flight | NASA

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