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Artemis 1 Launch: NASA creates history, launches moon mission in third attempt

Artemis 1 Launch Live: American space agency NASA has created history. NASA’s Artemis 1 mission has finally been launched. It was launched today at 12.18 pm after a delay of almost a year. NASA’s Moon mission was launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in the US. Under the mission, the Orion spacecraft was launched atop the SLS Rocket. The purpose of this mission is to prepare the ground for future Artemis missions to be launched. NASA wants to take humans to the moon once again. The agency now wants to build a permanent base there, so that astronauts can be held on the moon for a long time. Whatever will be the update related to this launch, we will let you know.

According to the information, today i.e. on 16 November, NASA had a launch window of 2 hours to send this mission. In the beginning, some technical problems came to the fore, which were rectified in time. The SLS rocket took off for space at around 12.18 pm.

This was the third lift-off attempt of the Artemis 1 mission. This mission has been canceled twice so far. The mission was aborted during the first attempt due to a failure in the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket’s RS-25 engine, while the second due to a hydrogen leak at the ‘quick disconnect’ interface between the rocket and the liquid hydrogen fuel feed line. had to be postponed.

After 50 years, preparations are on to land a man on the moon again.

NASA wants to send humans to the moon once again. He has prepared Artemis mission for this. Artemis 1 will be the beginning of this. For this mission, NASA has prepared the most powerful rocket ever. Its name is Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. Astronauts will not be sent to the Moon with the Artemis-1 mission. NASA will send an unmanned Orion capsule to the Moon first. After this, a decision will be taken to send man to the moon.

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