It is not easy to return to the Moon. NASA plans to send the unmanned Artemis I mission to the moon and safely return it. NASA hopes to have the unmanned Artemis I mission orbit the moon by November 14. Friday morning saw the massive Space Launch System rocket return to the launch site with the Orion capsule.
NASA shared a charming snapshotThe rocket arrives at Platform 39B, Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It was the final point of a journey of 4 miles (6.5 kilometers) from the Vehicle Assembly Building (a massive missile garage) to where SLS would takeoff. The move was handled by a Creeping Carrier, a monster from a vehicle.
While in the Vehicle Assembly Building, the teams made minor repairs to the missile system, including replacing the batteries.
Artemis, I’ve been there before. NASA had hoped that the rocket would be launched in September or August, but technical footage prevented the rocket from being launched. NASA moved the rocket after Hurricane Ian struck in September. Back to her garage For safekeeping during a storm.
The The next attempt is scheduled for November 14It will be a nighttime launch, with a window of 69 minutes opening at 12:07 AM. ET (9:07 PM PT on November 13). NASA hopes that this will be possible, but there are always weather problems or technical issues that could keep the rocket on the ground until a later date.
Artemis I represents the first major step in NASA’s ambitious plan for returning astronauts to the lunar surface, which is the first since the Apollo era. The mission will prove that Orion can safely transport humans to the lunar neighbor and that the SLS works.
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