The Orion spacecraft successfully launched, beginning its journey to explore the Moon
After many months of delay, SLS - the most powerful rocket humanity has ever built has left the launch pad in Florida, USA, carrying the Orion spacecraft as part of the Artemis I mission of the Artemis Program to bring humans to the Moon again. 2025 and establish its first permanent presence here in the United States.
This giant booster rocket took off at 1:47 a.m. on November 16 from Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center of the US Aerospace Agency (NASA) in Florida thanks to a strong thrust of up to 3. 9 million kg. The spacecraft will make a 30-day, 2.1 million km journey to the Moon and back.
Close-up of NASA's spacecraft bringing people back to the Moon
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