News Archive / Tagged: Exploration Ground Systems
The People of Artemis: Jose Perez MoralesScott JohnsonJune 26th, 2022
At the first rollout of NASA's Space Launch System rocket, Spaceflight Insider spoke with several people involved with the program -- The People of Artemis.
The people of Artemis: Brad McCainScott JohnsonMay 12th, 2022
Brad McCain is the vice president and deputy general manager for the Test and Operations Support Contract at Jacobs, the prime contractor for NASA's EGS.
The People of Artemis: Jeremy Parsons, NASA Exploration Ground Systems Deputy ManagerScott JohnsonApril 2nd, 2022
During the rollout of NASA's Artemis 1 SLS rocket, Spaceflight Insider spoke with Exploration Ground Systems Deputy Program Manager Jeremy Parsons.
Core stage for NASA’s Space Launch System mega rocket stackedDerek RichardsonJune 14th, 2021
The core stage for NASA’s first Space Launch System rocket was placed between twin solid rocket boosters in preparation for the uncrewed Artemis 1 mission.
What goes out, must come back: NASA moves Mobile Launcher to VAB for year of work leading to EM-1Curt GodwinSeptember 9th, 2018
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- After journeying out to Launch Pad 39B for several days of fit checks and tests, NASA has rolled the 11-million pound (4.99-million kilogram) Mobile Launcher (ML) back to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) for further work.
ICPS umbilical installed on SLS mobile launcherCollin SkocikApril 3rd, 2018
The road to the first flight of the Space Launch System (SLS) took another step forward March 21, 2018, when one of the last of the big swing arms was installed on the mobile launcher at Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Mobile launcher gets Orion crew access arm, inches closer to completionCurt GodwinMarch 3rd, 2018
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — Workers with NASA's Exploration Ground Systems at Kennedy Space Center recently passed another landmark in their effort to prepare the center's infrastructure for the maiden launch of the Space Launch System.