Everything about NASA’s Moon Mission Artemis I Launch this Week
Despite Tropical Storm Nicole, NASA has confirmed that the Artemis I Moon mission will take-off as planned this week.
The SLS is the largest rocket ever constructed, with 8.8 million pounds (3.9 million kg) of thrust.
Artemis I is a 2.1 million kilometre (1.3 million mile) Mission to the Moon, past the Moon, and back.
It will test NASA’s biggest rocket ever The Space Launch System (SLS).
Artemis I launch On Wednesday, November 16, 2022, at 1:04 a.m. a two-hour window is when to watch the milestone launch.
You can watch the launch coverage at NASA YouTube, NASA TV, Facebook, Twitch and in 4k on NASA's UHD channel on November 15, 2022 at 10:30 p.m. EST.
What happens if there’s another scrub?
If the launch is scrubbed the next launch window available is Saturday, November 19, 2022.
Finally If it successfully launches on November 16, 2022 then it will splash down in the Pacific Ocean on December 11, 2022 - exactly 25 days after the scheduled launch date.
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