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Four decades ago, NASA Langley Research Center's Transonic Dynamics tunnel was used to test the Saturn V rockets that sent Apollo aloft. These days the focus is on Ares I-X, the first test flight in the development of the Ares I rocket. Today's testers are in contact with those from the Apollo era to learn how they did it. Ares I-X is part of NASA's Constellation program that, beginning in 2015, will be used for visits to the International Space Station and missions to explore the moon and beyond.
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Keywords: Ares I-X Rocket; Orion Crew Vehicle; NASA; Space flight