Patrick Scheuermann

Science & Health
2:15 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

NASA's Marshall Space Center Considers its Past, Present, and Future

This artist rendering shows a wide-angle view of the liftoff of the 70-metric-ton (77-ton) crew vehicle configuration SLS from the launchpad. The first flight test of NASA's new rocket is scheduled for 2017.

Thursday marks an annual event AT NASA'S Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville.  It’s the so-called “Marshall 2014 Update.”  Marshall Center Director Patrick Scheuermann will speak about the future of the center and its strong relationship with Alabama.  He’ll also talk about the progression from the early Apollo rockets to the Space Shuttle to where we are now.

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