NASA targets March 18 for a critical engine test of its Space Launch System moon rocket

NASA’s first Space Launch System megarocket will hearth up its predominant engines in a vital check subsequent week to show it is prepared for a visit to the moon later this 12 months. 

The engine check, the ultimate hurdle of NASA’s in depth “inexperienced run” for the House Launch System () core booster, is scheduled for March 18 on the company’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. If all goes nicely, the booster will then be shipped to NASA’s Kennedy House Middle in Florida for the launch of Artemis 1, an uncrewed mission across the moon that’s at the moment slated to fly in November. 



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