NASA just dropped an space capsule into a pool for science

NASA made a splash right this moment (April 6) by dropping a check model of its Orion crew capsule for future moon missions right into a pool. 

The 14,000-lb. (6,400 kilograms) check capsule, an almost similar duplicate of the true Orion, plunged into the Hydro Affect Basin at NASA’s Langley Analysis Heart in Hampton, Virginia, at 2:02 p.m. EDT (1802 GMT) right this moment. It was from a top of about 7 ft (2 meters) and solely fell for a couple of second earlier than it splashed into the water. 

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