The US space agency will make another attempt to launch its most potent rocket in the next hours.
When NASA attempted to launch the Artemis I Moon mission off Earth on Monday, it was prevented by a combination of technical and weather issues. However, the atmosphere at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center is still upbeat.
NASA’s Artemis mission manager Mike Sarafin told reporters, “We’ve got to show up, we’ve got to be ready, and we’ve got to see what the day delivers. The Space Launch System (SLS) rocket despatch attempt on Saturday has been scheduled for the beginning of a two-hour window that starts at 14:17 local time (19:17 BST; 18:17 GMT).
The goal of the 100-meter-tall spacecraft will be to launch a human-rated capsule toward the Moon, something that hasn’t happened since Project Apollo came to a halt in 1972.
On Monday, a combination of technical and weather concerns prevented NASA from launching the Artemis I Moon mission off Earth. The Kennedy Space Center in Florida, however, still has a positive vibe.
According to NASA’s Artemis mission manager Mike Sarafin, “We have to show up, we have to be ready, and we have to see what the day brings.On Saturday, a two-hour window beginning at 14:17 local time has been designated for the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket despatch attempt (19:17 BST; 18:17 GMT).
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