Travis Martin is a Systems Engineer at NASA’s Stennis Space Center.
Travis is part of the team that is getting ready to test the core stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. The SLS will be the largest, most powerful rocket NASA has ever built. The rocket’s 200 foot tall core stage segment will help carry astronauts, inside the Orion spacecraft on missions to far away destinations in space. Testing of the core stage will include verifying that all of its systems –propulsion, fluid, electrical, structural, etc. – are up to snuff for the challenge of launch and safely transporting astronauts on deep space journeys. Travis is excited to have this ground-floor opportunity in a program that is helping NASA achieve the astronomical goal of sending humans to Mars!
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