Engineers test cracks in Orion's shell

05/12/2013 | Spaceflight Now

Engineers at Kennedy Space Center in Florida are putting the Orion spacecraft through tests of repairs made to three cracks in the bulkhead, cracks that appeared during a test last fall. The spacecraft will undergo loads testing through June, not only of the repairs but also stress on its shell.

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