Author Topic: SLS Artemis V -- CS-5 progress  (Read 951 times)

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SLS Artemis V -- CS-5 progress
« on: 12/11/2023 07:48 pm »

"Artemis V is also planned to be the first mission to fly on the annual cadence which has been a long-term goal for NASA’s Exploration divisions and directorate. Even with the uncertainty about the Artemis IV schedule, continuing production of Artemis V could at least keep some of those options open for longer.

“We’ve ordered long lead for [core stages] five and six, we’ve actually welded our first CS-5 ring in the past couple of weeks,” Burroughs said. “There’s discussion now of engine section and intertank thrust structure, so that’s probably the next activity.”

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2023/12/final-assembly-sls-core/
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