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December 05, 2014
From L-R: NASA's Associate Administrator Space Operations Bill Gerstenmaier, Orion Project Manager Mark...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
NASA's Associate Administrator Space Operations Gerstenmaier, Orion Project Manager Geyer and Hawes with...
From L-R: NASA's Associate Administrator Space Operations Bill Gerstenmaier, Orion Project Manager Mark Geyer and Mike Hawes with Lockheed Martin give a news conference at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, December 5, 2014. U.S. spaceship designed to one day fly astronauts to Mars made a near-bullseye splashdown in the Pacific Ocean on Friday, wrapping up a flawless, unmanned debut test flight around Earth. The Orion capsule blasted off aboard a Delta 4 Heavy rocket, the biggest in the U.S. fleet, just after dawn from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Three hours later, it reached peak altitude of 3,604 miles (5,800 km) above the planet, a prelude to the most challenging part of the flight, a 20,000-mph (32,000 km/h) dive back into the atmosphere. REUTERS/Mike Brown (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS MILITARY)
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