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    NASA heads back to the Moon 50 years after Apollo: Successful launch of World’s most powerful rocket

    NASA has started an essential first step toward sending people back to the lunar surface, fifty years after the conclusion of the last Apollo moon mission. In an unmanned test flight known as Artemis I, the agency launched its brand-new mega-rocket and spacecraft on a journey to the moon on Wednesday. At 1:48 a.m. Eastern […] More

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    NASA’s space program has delivered 50 years of disappointment; Why?

    Engineers are attempting to correct yet another issue while NASA’s enormous moon rocket waits on its launch site in Florida. The agency decided against launching Artemis I on Saturday, missing the launch window for the second time. As evidence of NASA’s mastery of publicity throughout the course of six decades in spaceflight, look no further […] More

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    NASA ‘Scrubs’ the second launch attempt for the historic Artemis 1 moon mission

    On Saturday, September 3, NASA decided against attempting to launch an ambitious test flight of their new moon rocket again due to a persistent leak that caused fuelling to be delayed. A hydrogen fuel leak discovered approximately 7 hours before liftoff prevented the space agency’s effort to launch its Artemis 1 moon mission aboard a massive […] More

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    NASA calls off historic Artemis 1 launch to the Moon over engine problem

    After months of testing, debugging, and repairs, engineers fueled the Space Launch System moon rocket for Monday’s launch on NASA’s long-awaited Artemis 1 test flight, which will carry an unpiloted Orion crew capsule on a 42-day trek to the moon and back. Despite this, management was compelled to call a halt to the countdown after […] More

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    NASA SLS moon rocket is all set to launch on a historic lunar journey

    The countdown for NASA SLS Space Launch System’s first flight, which is scheduled to take place on Monday and transport an unmanned Orion crew capsule around the moon and back, started ticking on Saturday. At 10:23 a.m. EDT, Charlie Blackwell-Thompson, the first female launch director for NASA, summoned her crew to their positions in Firing […] More

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    NASA Artemis moon rocket completes Wet Dress Rehearsal with one hiccup

    After a number of setbacks and failed efforts, NASA finally completed a wet dress rehearsal for the Space Launch System (SLS) on Monday. The SLS is the most powerful rocket in the agency’s arsenal. Even though the rehearsal wasn’t flawless, it was a significant step in the right direction for getting the SLS ready to […] More