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Nasa’s rocket Artemis is going to launch again – but why exactly are we going to the moon again?<br>Nasa’s rocket Artemis is going to launch again – but why exactly are we going to the moon again?

Nasa’s rocket launch to the moon next week aims to close 50-year-long gap | Nasa | The Guardian

After multiple delays, the launch of NASA’s Artemis I rocket is looming on the horizon. But, if the rocket does see another delay, it could put the booster at great risk of running out of time. That’s because the expiration dates on certain components of the Artemis I boosters are coming up in December. OneAfter multiple delays, the launch of NASA’s Artemis I rocket is looming on the horizon. But, if the rocket does see another delay, it could put the booster at great risk of running out of time. That’s because the expiration dates on certain components of the Artemis I boosters are coming up in December. One

NASA’s Atremis I rocket is running out of time

Nasa is skipping Monday's launch attempt of its new moon rocket over concerns about a Tropical Storm headed to Florida that could become a hurricane.Nasa is skipping Monday's launch attempt of its new moon rocket over concerns about a Tropical Storm headed to Florida that could become a hurricane.

NASA moves Artemis I launch date due to approaching Tropical Storm Nicole | Fox News

The SLS moon rocket will be exposed to the elements at its seaside launch pad, but NASA says it&#039;s tough enough to take it.The SLS moon rocket will be exposed to the elements at its seaside launch pad, but NASA says it's tough enough to take it.

Expected hurricane prompts another Artemis moonshot launch delay - CBS News

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NASA has begun assessing the potential damage to its Artemis 1 moon rocket from Tropical Storm Nicole, which slammed into Florida's Space Coast on Thursday (Nov. 10).Initial checks suggest the damage is 'very minor.'

NASA assessing damage to Artemis 1 moon rocket from Tropical Storm Nicole | Space

NASA likely to begin inspections of the rocket and spacecraft later today.NASA likely to begin inspections of the rocket and spacecraft later today.

NASA leaves its Artemis I rocket exposed to winds above design limits | Ars Technica

NASA leaves its Artemis I rocket exposed to winds above design limits – Ars Technica

Subtropical Storm Nicole delays SpaceX launch; Artemis 1 rocket stays on pad – Spaceflight Now

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"The team reviewed the forecast and determined the rocket will remain at the pad.""The team reviewed the forecast and determined the rocket will remain at the pad."

NASA will leave its $4.1 billion rocket outside as Nicole approaches Florida | Ars Technica

NASA will leave its $4.1 billion rocket outside as Nicole approaches Florida – Ars Technica

The space agency may need to go through an additional process to clear its rocket for launch due to Tropical Storm Nicole.The space agency may need to go through an additional process to clear its rocket for launch due to Tropical Storm Nicole.

NASA's Moon Rocket Endures Excessive Winds on Its Launchpad

NASA is postponing the next Artemis 1 launch attempt by at least two days as a tropical storm, forecast to become a hurricane, approaches the Florida coast.NASA is postponing the next Artemis 1 launch attempt by at least two days as a tropical storm, forecast to become a hurricane, approaches the Florida coast.

Tropical storm delays next Artemis 1 launch attempt - SpaceNews

The Artemis 1 mission is now scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, November 16, but that assumes the incoming storm doesn't damage NASA's megarocket.The Artemis 1 mission is now scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, November 16, but that assumes the incoming storm doesn't damage NASA's megarocket.

NASA's Moon Rocket Will Have to Ride Out the Storm in Florida

A storm approaching Florida has prompted NASA to set a new target date for the launch of its mega moon rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.A storm approaching Florida has prompted NASA to set a new target date for the launch of its mega moon rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.

NASA shifts launch date again for its mega moon rocket | Digital Trends

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NASA has been forced to postpone the launch of its newest Artemis I lunar rocket once again as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the Florida coast, the agency announced Tuesday.NASA has been forced to postpone the launch of its newest Artemis I lunar rocket once again as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the Florida coast, the agency announced Tuesday.

NASA's moon rocket delayed again as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches Florida

NASA is prioritizing worker safety as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the launch site, but it says the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft should be able to withstand high winds on the launch pad..NASA is prioritizing worker safety as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the launch site, but it says the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft should be able to withstand high winds on the launch pad..

NASA delays Artemis 1 launch by two more days to November 16th | Engadget

NASA’s first mission to the Moon in 50 years has been delayed on several occasions. The space agency plans to give it another shot on Wednesday 16 November.NASA’s first mission to the Moon in 50 years has been delayed on several occasions. The space agency plans to give it another shot on Wednesday 16 November.

NASA’s Artemis I launch: what time is it, where to follow and how to watch the mission to the Moon online - AS USA

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NASA has confirmed that it remains on track for the launch of the Artemis I Moon mission during a two-hour launch window that opens at 1:04 a.m. EST on Wednesday, November 16. The launch countdown will begin at 1:24 a.m. on Monday, November 14. Artemis I is the first integrated flight test of

NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket Ready To Launch – How To Watch Live

NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket Ready To Launch – How To Watch Live

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Watch live: Hurricane force wind gusts detected at Artemis 1 launch pad – Spaceflight Now