Fixing SSME FLaws

Critical Call: Rigorous Quality Control at NASA Isolates Space Shuttle Main Engine Flaws, Aviation Week& Space Technology

"The NASA/Boeing-Rocketdyne Space Shuttle Main Engine project is correcting flaws in critical Honeywell SSME electronic components that could have caused a potentially dangerous launch pad abort. The manufacturing defects, found in Honeywell SSME Block II engine controllers, caused a shuttle engine to shut down in 2004 during ignition on a rocket test stand in Mississippi."

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