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SLSSpace Launch System (US NASA)
SLSSodium Lauryl Sulfate (foaming ingredient)
SLSSelective Laser Sintering
SLSSurf Life Saving
SLSSuelta la Sopa (Mexican TV show)
SLSSimracing League System
SLSScientific Laboratory Supplies (UK)
SLSStraight Line Stability (vehicle feature)
SLSSelf Locking System (various companies)
SLSSpeech Level Singing (vocal training)
SLSSwiss Light Source (Paul Scherrer Institute, Zurich, Switzerland)
SLSStudent Life Skills (various universities)
SLSSaguenay-Lac-Saint (Canadian region)
SLSShawnigan Lake School (Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, Canada)
SLSSuperior Line Source
SLSSequential Logic Systems
SLSSite License Solution
SLSSoftware Licensing Services
SLSSeville Luxury Sedan
SLSSelf Levelizer Suspension
SLSSelf Lowering Suspension
SLSSeville Luxury Sedan (car)
SLSSociety of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons
SLSStanford Law School
SLSSoftlanding Linux System
SLSSlovenska Ljudska Stranka (Slovene People's Party, Slovenia)
SLSSecond Level Support
SLSSupplément de Loyer de Solidarité (French: Additional Rent of Solidarity; tax law)
SLSSYLVANIA Lighting Services (various locations)
SLSSociety of Legal Scholars (UK and Ireland)
SLSService Level Specification
SLSSummer Leadership School (various organizations)
SLSSpacelab Life Sciences
SLSSpecial Liquidity Scheme (Bank of England)
SLSStatic Light Scattering
SLSSuburban Library System (Burr Ridge, IL)
SLSSupplemental Loan for Students
SLSService Location Service
SLSSwing Life Style
SLSSport and Leisure Studies (various schools)
SLSSenior Leader Seminar (US Army)
SLSStudent Leadership Services
SLSStudio Legale Sutti (law firm; Italy)
SLSSquadron Leadership School
SLSStewart Lender Services (Stewart Title Company; Houston, TX)
SLSSjogren-Larsson Syndrome
SLSSignaling Link Selection
SLSSamuel L. Sessions (record labels)
SLSSequential Lateral Solidification
SLSSaint Louis School (Clarksville, Maryland)
SLSSatellite Landing System
SLSSenior-Loken Syndrome
SLSSpoken Language System
SLSSpace Launch Squadron
SLSSystem Level Solutions (San Martin, California)
SLSStrained Layer Superlattice
SLSSide-Lobe Suppression
SLSSun Learning Services
SLSSenior Living Services
SLSSingle Leg Stance (physical therapy)
SLSSynchronous Learning System
SLSSide-Looking Sonar
SLSSchool of Language Studies
SLSSpeech and Language Sciences
SLSSpecialist in Laboratory Safety
SLSSubmillimeter Limb Sounder
SLSSecond Look Surgery (cancer)
SLSSpecial Litigation Section (US DOJ)
SLSSystem Level Specification (Ciena)
SLSSurvey Link Scheme (Economic and Social Research Council; UK)
SLSSea Level Standard
SLSStudent Loans Survey
SLSSamurai Longsword (gaming, Lineage2)
SLSSignaling Link Set (ITI)
SLSStandard Link State
SLSSupplemental Living Support (New Jersey)
SLSSpam Lookup Service
SLSSpace Life Sciences Lab (NASA; formerly Space Experiment Research and Processing Laboratory
SLSSingle Lap Shear (stress analysis)
SLSStatistical Load Summary (airline industry)
SLSSri Lanka Solidarity (Association)
SLSSingle Line Service (US West ISDN)
SLSStandard Level of Service
SLSStatic Longitudinal Stability (Aircraft Handling Qualities)
SLSStabilized Light Source (Bellcore - Fiberoptics)
SLSShared Library Service
SLSStreptococcal Lymphadenitis
SLSSSD Lazy Simulator
SLSSociété de Livraison Spécialisée (French: Specialized Shipping Company)
SLSSecure Localization Scheme
SLSStony Lake Store (Michigan)
SLSServiceabilty Limit State
SLSSprintLink Services
SLSSenior Language Specialist (Language Line Services)
SLSStar Light Scope (night vision instrument using amplification of starlight)
SLSSwitch Load Software (Sprint)
SLSSite Loading Specifications
SLSSingle Logistics System
SLSSonobuoy Localization System
SLSShared Laboratory Services, LC (hospitals)
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NASA has a huge rocket in the works called the Space Launch System that will be used in the future to launch up to four astronauts at a time to deep space in the Orion craft.
[caption id="attachment_125094" align="aligncenter" width="678"] Artist's illustration of the Space Launch System on launch pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Upon completion of the tests, they could be assigned to conduct research for the International Space Station, participate in Commercial Crew Program or help out in deep space missions aboard the Orion Spacecraft and the Space Launch System Rocket.
NASA has tested one of the solid rocket boosters that will power its new rocket, the Space Launch System, which the agency hopes will one day fly to Mars.
NASA said it plans to lift the Orion from Earth on a powerful new rocket called the Space Launch System. (Cihan/Trend Az) CyHAN
Boeing Completes Preliminary Design Review for Space Launch System Core Stage Boeing and NASA on Dec.
Under that contract for human spaceflight, Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX) is developing the Orion spacecraft for crew and the space Launch System (SLS) for heavy cargo.
Washington, Sept 15 (ANI): NASA has announced the design of a new Space Launch System that will take the agency's astronauts farther into space than ever before, create high-quality jobs, and provide the cornerstone for America's future human space exploration efforts.
One way NASA ensures the safety of astronauts and the success of the Artemis missions to the Moon in preparation for future missions to Mars is by testing the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket structures.
NASA displayed exhibits inside NASA Village, giving guests an opportunity to learn about NASA's Space Launch System, the most powerful rocket in the world, and the Orion spacecraft that will fly humans farther than any other spacecraft in history.
Another section of the bill, titled ( Assuring Core Capabilities For Exploration , asks NASA to "continue the development of the fully integrated Space Launch System, including an upper stage needed to go beyond low-Earth orbit, in order to safely enable human space exploration of the Moon, Mars, and beyond over the course of the next century." That section also requests NASA to continue working on an uncrewed exploration missions by both the Space Launch System and Orion by 2018.
With space exploration as close to possibility as it ever has, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is leaning toward sending astronauts on the launch of its most powerful rocket yet-the Space Launch System (SLS).