NASA historical unmanned of mission moon It seems to be stuck again. Even before this, Mission Moon has not been launched twice due to technical fault. Now scientists are concerned that the weather may fail the third launch. Meteorological Department at the time of this launch storm has been suspected. No name has been given to the storm yet but it is feared that it may take the form of a hurricane. At present, this storm is seen rising in the Caribbean island. It is feared that this storm can move from North to Florida. Kennedy Space Center is present here and from here the rocket is to be launched.
Mike Bolger, systems manager at NASA's Exploration Ground, said, 'We will try to launch on September 27 under Plan A, but we realize that we need to focus on Plan B as well.' Bolger continued, 'If we get it to the launching pad and we had to start Plan B, then it may take us a few days to get the rocket back.' He said that a decision would be taken on what to do by Saturday afternoon.
If not now, it will be launched after October 17
He told that the launch pad can stand with the SLS rocket with strong winds up to 137 km. But if the wind is stronger than this, then it can be damaged. So if we had to put it in the shelter, our launch window would be over again. Which is open till 4 October. The next launch window will open from October 17 to October 31. During this time we will get only one chance to launch every day. In which 24th, 26th and 28th will not be included.
If the launch of Artemis 1 is successful then it will be a big relief for NASA. Because it has years of hard work behind it. But this is another setback for NASA as already two of its launches have been canceled. In which some technical glitches including fuel leaks were revealed.
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