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Artemis 1 Launch: NASA’s biggest space mission will be launched tomorrow, will humans be able to go to the moon, see here Live

Artemis 1 Launch Live: US space agency NASA’s Artemis mission (NASA Artemis 1 mission) is finally ready to be launched. After a delay of almost a year, the Moon mission is expected to be launched tomorrow i.e. on 16th November. It will be launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in the US. The US and its space agency are busy launching the Moon mission, the first to deliver humans to the Moon, but technical glitches in the rocket and then a series of storms have delayed the mission.

of the information accordingTomorrow NASA will have a launch window of 2 hours to send this mission. If all goes according to plan, the Artemis 1 mission will launch tomorrow i.e. on November 16, at 11:34 am Indian time. This Link Feather Click By doing this, you can watch this launch live online.

Artemis 1 Mission Under this, the Orion spacecraft will be 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 stay on the moon for a long time.

The Artemis 1 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. The American space agency is preparing to launch this mission once again. It has to be seen whether this launch is successful or it is postponed for some reason.

All the Hollywood celebrities were also going to reach to see this launch being successful for the last time, but the launch could not take place. During the first launch, NASA also started live streaming, but the launch had to be postponed due to a glitch in the rocket.

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