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NASA Orion Launch, Descent, and Launch abort simulator
12/9/2018

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Here is the Orion liftoff sequence as seen outside my window in the first sim. (Image courtesy of Loretta Taranovich)

Here is the Orion liftoff sequence as seen outside my window in the first sim. (Image courtesy of Loretta Taranovich)

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jonharris0
jonharris0
1/2/2019 2:51:12 PM
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What fun!
I'll bet that was a lot of fun!  It sounds a lot more realistic than the simulator on the carrier in Charleston, SC.  That one was a lot of fun, the kids really enjoyed it!  I'm envious for sure!

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