About a week after the second failed attempt NASA Again Artemis 1 Getting ready for the launch. NASA has informed that twice due to technical faults launching After the spread, now NASA is preparing for the launch of this vehicle again after 23 September. Earlier its launch was attempted on 3 September but the launch was canceled due to leakage in its fuel tank. The US space agency has said that as soon as the fuel tank is repaired, we will prepare for its launch again.
NASA wrote in a blog that, 'The team of scientists will check the new seals in cryogenic or supercooled conditions. This check will not be done before September 17. It is clear from this that NASA is not in the mood for any kind of lapse this time. This time he is paying attention to every detail.
Will try on 23rd September
Let us tell you that the launch was stopped repeatedly last week because leakage was visible in the hydrogen fuel tank. NASA said that on September 23, we are going to get a launch window of 2 hours. NASA will launch it again at 4:17 pm Indian time. According to NASA's blog, if the launch is successful, then Artemis 1 will come after completing a 42-day journey in space. In which this vehicle will cover a distance of 60 thousand km and will go back to the moon.
Will have to launch in 70 minutes
If this launch also fails for some reason, then the launch date can be September 27. But during this time a condition will remain in front of NASA. According to NASA, after the launch window is open on this day, it will have to be launched within 70 minutes. Actually the launch window decides the position of the Earth according to the orbital dynamics and the Moon.
Looking for more options
NASA teams are working on dates other than these two dates so that if the technical fault is not resolved till these two windows, then NASA will have an alternate. NASA needs to grow with the US Space Force which has the Rocket Self Destruct System on. If the rockage falls towards a populated area, then this system gets turned on and it gets self-destructed.
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