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NASA's Orion Spacecraft Parachutes Tested at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground
 

 

 

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English: Engineers successfully tested the parachutes for NASA's Orion spacecraft at the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona Wednesday, March 8. This was the second test in a series of eight that will certify Orion's parachutes for human spaceflight. The test, which dropped an Orion engineering model from a C-17 aircraft at 25,000 feet, simulated the descent astronauts might experience if they have to abort a mission after liftoff.
Español: Segunda prueba de una serie de ocho para la certificación de los paracaídas de Orión para vuelos espaciales tripulados. La prueba, en la que se arrojó un modelo de Orión desde un avión C-17 a una altitud de 25.000 pies, simuló el descenso que los astronautas podrían experimentar al abortar una misión después del despegue. Esta prueba se llevó a cabo en Yuma Proving Ground en Arizona, Estados Unidos, el miércoles 8 de marzo de 2017.
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Engineers successfully tested the parachutes for NASA's Orion spacecraft at the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona Wednesday, March 8. This was the second test in a series of eight that will certify Orion's parachutes for human spaceflight. The test, which dropped an Orion engineering model from a C-17 aircraft at 25,000 feet, simulated the descent astronauts might experience if they have to abort a mission after liftoff. Español: Segunda prueba de una serie de ocho para la certificación de los paracaídas de Orión para vuelos espaciales tripulados. La prueba, en la que se arrojó un modelo de Orión desde un avión C-17 a una altitud de 25.000 pies, simuló el descenso que los astronautas podrían experimentar al abortar una misión después del despegue. Esta prueba se llevó a cabo en Yuma Proving Ground en Arizona, Estados Unidos, el miércoles 8 de marzo de 2017.


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