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PostSubject: NASA - Image of the Day 27-8-2011   Sun Aug 28, 2011 7:28 pm

Testing Orion


Technicians position microphones around the Orion MPCV, or Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, and LAS, or Launch Abort System, test craft in preparation for the second round of testing in the acoustic chamber at Lockheed Martin’s facilities near Denver in late August 2011. The vehicle was bombarded by acoustic levels of 150 decibels to simulate conditions during launch and abort, if necessary.

Image Credit: Lockheed Martin, NASA

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