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Rocket Engine for Commercial Space Vehicle Test Fired at Stennis

NASA's Stennis Space Center conducted a successful 10-second test firing of the liquid fuel Aerojet AJ26 engine that will power the first stage of the Orbital Sciences Corporation's Taurus? II space launch vehicle. This test supports NASA's partnerships to enable commercial cargo flights to the International Space Station. The test served as a short-duration readiness firing to verify the AJ26 engine's start and shutdown sequences, as well as test stand operations and controls.
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