NASA: RS-25D Engines Heading to Stennis
Saturday, January 14, 2012
NASA is moving 15 RS-25D engines from Kennedy Space Center in Florida to Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. The RS-25D engines - better known as the Space Shuttle Main Engine - are being "repurposed" to power the core stage of the Space Launch System, according to NASA.
The RS-25D engine is built by Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne.
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- • NASA begins moving shuttle main engines to Stennis for future use (Huntsville Times)
- • NASA Moves Shuttle Engines From Kennedy To Stennis (Space Travel)