NASA has decided: the dates for the first launch of the huge lunar rocket Artemis 1 have been announced
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NASA has decided: the dates for the first launch of the huge lunar rocket Artemis 1 have been announced

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has set a date for the launch of the Artemis 1 lunar rocket.

 

NASA plans to fly Artemis 1 uncrewed around the moon in August. Three dates are suggested: September 2, September 2 and September 5.

It will be known through the results of the corrections being made now to correct the SLS rocket’s shortcomings, which were identified during the “dress rehearsal”. NASA decided to launch the rocket without additional testing, even though these tests were not flawless. NASA will be able determine the launch date approximately one week before launch.

Remember that the Artemis 1 mission included the launch of the massive NASA SLS (Space Launch System), which will launch the Orion spacecraft unmanned around the moon.

NASA has decided: the dates for the first launch of the huge lunar rocket Artemis 1 have been announced
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