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NASA, Lockheed Martin working to resolve Artemis II Orion issues, deliver spacecraft around summer’s end

NASA, Lockheed Martin working to resolve Artemis II Orion issues, deliver spacecraft around summer’s end

NASA is working with Orion spacecraft prime contractor Lockheed Martin to resolve a handful of issues that came up late last year during ground testing, forcing the space agency to delay the launch readiness target date for its Artemis II circumlunar mission to September 2025. The Lockheed Martin assembly, test, and launch operations (ATLO) team at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is reinstalling some electronics and implementing workarounds for others affected by an electrical circuit flaw found in digital motor controllers on the spacecraft.

Published by NASASpaceflight on 04/02/2024

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