NASA Rolls out the SLS Rocket for it’s Inaugural Launch

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NASA’s Space Launch System started its first journey into space with a slow crawl ahead of it’s Artemis I launch attempt on Aug. 29 at 8:33am ET. The final rollout was moved up a day early to the evening of August 16th. Futuramic was at the NASA’s Kennedy Space Center … Read More

2019 Sees NASA’s SLS Getting Closer To Take Off

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NASA’s Space Launch System will be the most powerful rocket we’ve ever built. When completed, SLS will enable astronauts to begin their journey to explore destinations far into the solar system. Over the past few months NASA has been hard at work moving and assembling the largest pieces of structural … Read More

NASA’s Project Mars Competition is now OPEN for entries!

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Join NASA’s Orion and Space Launch Systems teams and SciArt Exchange in visualizing humans venturing into deep space, to the Moon and onward to Mars.  Interested college students and early career professionals worldwide are invited to submit short films and posters about this mission, what astronauts may see, and their dreams … Read More

Seen in WIRED Magazine

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Over the last five years Futuramic has made numerous friction stir weld tools, assembly tools, platforms, overhead lift devices and structural simulators for use by The Boeing Company in the construction of NASA’s Space Launch System rocket at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana (MAF). Many of … Read More

NASA Spaceflight Partner Highlight: Futuramic

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Article From NASA SLS Highlights March 2013 PDF Originally Posted: April 5, 2013 Every month, SLS Highlights turns the spotlight on one of the industry partners helping to create the largest rocket ever built for human space exploration. In this issue, we profile Futuramic Tool & Engineering of Warren, Mich., … Read More