NASA’s dream project Artemis-1 will be launched today, after 50 years humans will land on the moon

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is going to relaunch its dream project Artemis-1 mission today. This will be the fourth attempt of NASA. Earlier the launching was canceled three times. It is expected that today we will successfully launch this project. It will be flagged off at 1:04 am (11.34 minutes Indian time) in the two-hour launch window opening. Earlier it was postponed twice due to technical fault in the engine, while for the fourth time the mission was stopped due to the storm.

The special thing is that you can watch its live broadcast. Complete arrangements have been made for this. You can guess from this that how important this day is for NASA. You will be able to watch the mission sitting at home with live commentary. In addition, the launch will also be live-streamed on NASA's media platform NASA Television, the agency's website and the NASA app, and its social media handles Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn.

This fourth attempt of NASA

During the second launch, scientists had detected fuel leakage in the rocket just a few hours before the launch. Even before this, the launch of this rocket was postponed due to fuel leakage and engine failure. For the third time, preparations were made again to send it to the moon but the weather did not cooperate.

Why is it a dream project for NASA?

Under this, the Space Launch System rocket and Orion capsule were to be sent close to the Moon for a 42-day mission. This mission is important for NASA because man is going to return to the moon after 50 years through Artemis. NASA's Artemis mission aims to send the first woman (First woman and First Person of Colour) to the Moon as early as 2025.

Of the three missions currently planned, the Artemis I Space Launch System and the Orion spacecraft orbiting the Moon will be tested without crew members. NASA said that we are going back to the Moon for scientific discovery, economic benefit and inspiration. We will collaborate with commercial and international partners and establish the first long-term presence on the Moon.

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