News Archive / Tagged: Plum Brook Station
Artemis I Orion completes environmental testing at Plum Brook StationMichael ColeMarch 14th, 2020
SANDUSKY, OHIO — NASA’s Orion spacecraft, due to fly the Artemis I lunar mission, has completed its final round of testing at NASA’s Plum Brook Station testing facility in Sandusky, Ohio.
Orion service module completes testing at NASA’s Plum Brook StationMichael ColeJanuary 23rd, 2017
SANDUSKY, Ohio — The European-built Orion service module is progressing successfully through its campaign of testing in preparation for EM-1, scheduled for late 2018. Engineers and technicians at NASA's Plum Brook Station testing facility in Sandusky, Ohio, carried out an exhaustive series of tests on the service module test article throughout 2016.
Orion mission update for October 2016Mackenzie KaneNovember 4th, 2016
The idea of a humans setting foot on Mars within the next 15 years has never seemed more possible. Elon Musk and SpaceX have revealed their plan to make humans a "multiplanetary species" by the 2020s. This set the stage for scientists and engineers to continue to develop the technologies needed to get to the Red Planet. The Orion spacecraft is one of them.
Orion service module passes major shake test at NASA’s Plum Brook StationMichael ColeOctober 9th, 2016
SANDUSKY, Ohio — Testing on the European-built Orion service module is continuing at NASA's Plum Brook Station facility in Sandusky, Ohio. The service module test article, provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) and built by Airbus Defence and Space, arrived at Plum Brook Station late last fall and began its battery of tests in the spring.
NASA Plum Brook Station gearing up B-2 facility for future upper stage, lander rocket testsMichael ColeAugust 20th, 2016
NASA's Plum Brook Station test facility in Sandusky, Ohio, is continuing a series of upgrades that may gain Plum Brook the reputation as the premier spacecraft testing facility in the world.