SLS shuttle engine shuts down early during engine test


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An repurposed shuttle engine intended for use in NASA’s SLS rocket shut down early during engine test today.

The report provides no further information. However, if there is a problem with these engines it will not be good for SLS’s overall schedule, which continues to drag out endlessly.

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