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Artist concept of the SLS and Orion spacecraft being stacked in the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.. Image Credit: NASA
Illustration of the Space Launch System on its launch pad. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the SLS on the launch pad. Image Credit: NASA
What the SLS would look like on the launch pad. Image Credit: NASA
Illustration of the Space Launch System blasting off . Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the Space Launch System. Image Credit: Boeing
Artist illustration of the SLS inflight. Credit: NASA. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the SLS in its 70 metric ton configuration launching. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the SLS in its 130 metric ton configuration launching. Image Credit: NASA
Possible destinations for Orion, launched by SLS, include the Moon, Mars and an asteroid. Image Credit: NASA
Diagram showing the two configurations designed for the Space Launch System. Image Credit: NASA
Design drawing of the Space Launch System. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) on the launchpad. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the Space Launch System (SLS) in its initial configuration. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the RS-25 engines powering the liftoff of the 70-metric-ton (77-ton) lift capacity configuration SLS from the pad. Image Credit: NASA
Artist illustration of the aerial view of the liftoff of the 70-metric-ton (77-ton) lift capacity configuration SLS from the launchpad.. Image Credit: NASA/MSFC
Artist illustration of the boosters separating from NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS). Image Credit: NASA/MSFC
NASA's Space Launch System super rocket
Sierra Nevada Corporation Dream Chaser
Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo
Orbital Sciences Antares rocket and Cygnus cargo freighter
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