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    NASA astronauts, from left, Rex Walheim, Jack Fischer and Cady Coleman cheer as they watch the landing of the Orion test flight on a television at the Kennedy Space Center on Friday in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The unmanned test flight ended 4½ hours after it began.

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    In this image provided by NASA, the Orion spacecraft descends before splashing down in the Pacific Ocean on Friday.

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    In this frame grab from NASA-TV, the Orion capsule floats after splashing down in the Pacific Ocean on Friday.

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    NASA's Orion spacecraft, atop a United Launch Alliance Delta 4-Heavy rocket, lifts off on its first unmanned orbital test flight from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Friday in Cape Canaveral, Fla.

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    Spectators cheer as the United Launch Alliance Delta 4-Heavy rocket, with NASA’s Orion spacecraft mounted atop, lifts off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Friday in Cape Canaveral, Fla.

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    This photo provided by NASA shows NASA's Orion spacecraft, atop a United Launch Alliance Delta 4-Heavy rocket, on the launch pad before its first unmanned orbital test flight from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Friday.

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    Liftoff begins for the Orion spacecraft.

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    Spectators watch as the spacecraft lifts away from the launch pad.

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    Smoke billows away from the capsule atop a Delta IV rocket, in its first unmanned orbital test flight.

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    This photo provided by NASA-TV shows the view from the Orion spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Delta 4-Heavy rocket as it climbs to orbit during the first test flight.

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    The Delta IV Heavy rocket with the Orion spacecraft lifts off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Cape Canaveral.

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    ASA Administrator Charles Bolden and his wife Jackie Bolden watch as the spacecraft lifts off.

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    Spectators see a glow of yellow light as the spacecraft rises into the early-morning sky.

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    An Orion capsule mock-up stands at the front of the theater as visitors at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center watch the launch of Orion from Kennedy Space Center in Huntsville, Ala.

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    Photographers follow the launch of the NASA Orion space capsule atop a Delta IV rocket, in its first unmanned orbital test flight. The Associated Press

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    A bird flies overhead as the Delta IV Heavy rocket with the Orion spacecraft lifts.

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    The spacecraft rises into the early-morning sky.

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