The Moon mega-rocket will attempt to launch in November, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced. The much-delayed Artemis 1 mission has no set launch date, according to the American space agency.
The US space agency announced that it was preparing for its upcoming launch window, which would take place between November 12 and November 27, after being forced to postpone its most recent liftoff attempt due to the potent Hurricane Ian that pounded Florida this week. In a blog post, NASA stated that the team would evaluate the situation and the required work in the coming days and “determine a specific date for the next launch attempt.”
It has been 50 years since NASA conducted a moon mission. To establish a sustained human presence on the Moon over the ensuing decades, NASA’s Artemis I mission will be the first in a line of increasingly difficult missions. The mission has been plagued by delays, and NASA has already attempted twice to launch the unmanned Artemis 1 mission, in late August and early September, but both failed due to technical issues.
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