2-23_Orion 3-14-19 - A close-up look at the Orion Nebula. 

Shot with my Canon 7D Mark II, and my Celestron 9.25 SCT Advanced VX with a 6.3 focal corrector.   I did 40 @ 20 seconds ISO 1600, then 10 at 13 seconds to try to get some core detail, and then 10 more at 5 seconds to get what more I could from the core.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - US Representative Marcy Kaptur.  NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - Marla Perez-Davis, director, NASAís Glenn Research Center.  NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - Mark Kirasich, Orion program manager, NASA's Johnson Space Center.  NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - Nicole Smith, Orion test project manager, NASA Glenn Research Center.  NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   3-14-19 - NASA invited members of the media to view the Orion spacecraft which will be used for the Artemis 1 Moon mission, which is currently scheduled for 2021.  

The spacecraft has successfully completed four months of testing at NASAís Plum Brook Station near Sandusky, Ohio, and is scheduled to return to Kennedy Space Center for final assembly.

The NASA Glenn Research Centerís Plum Brook Stationís Space Environments Complex (SEC) is home to the largest space simulation vacuum and electromagnetic interference chamber in the world.  © Mike Lynaugh   jQuery Images by VisualLightBox.com v5.3m