NASA will roll its Artemis 1 moon rocket off the launch pad early next week, if all goes according to plan.
Scientists say a giant impact knocked off the raw ingredients for the moon off the primitive molten Earth and into orbit.
NASA has decided to roll its Artemis 1 moon rocket off the launch pad and back to a processing facility to fix some issues revealed by a recent "wet dress rehearsal" test.
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The next attempt to fuel Artemis 1's huge Space Launch System rocket could come as early as Thursday (April 21).
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Today (April 14), NASA called off the latest attempt to fuel up Artemis 1's huge Space Launch System rocket, a crucial part of the mission's pre-launch "wet dress rehearsal."
The full moon of April, called the Pink Moon, occurs Monday, April 26 at 11:32 p.m. EDT (0332 GMT on Tuesday, April 27). It will also be a "supermoon."
A minuscule amount of microscopic moon dust sold for half a million dollars after NASA determined that the particles came from the first lunar sample collected by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong.
The European Space Agency will discontinue its cooperation on Russia's Luna 25, Luna 26 and Luna 27 moon missions, ESA officials announced Wednesday (April 13).
Sending astronauts back to the moon will have considerable benefits both scientifically and economically, NASA officials stressed.
The crucial "wet dress rehearsal" for NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission won't cover as much ground as the agency had originally hoped.
With the private Ax-1 astronaut mission safely on its way to the space station, NASA plans to resume the "wet dress rehearsal" of its Artemis 1 moon mission this weekend.
Fifty years after it was brought back from the moon, a lunar rock has moved from the "Most Magical Place on Earth" to the "Show Me State." NASA presented the rock to The Space Museum in Missouri.
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NASA has officially greenlit Artemis 1's "wet dress rehearsal," which will take place from Friday through Sunday (April 1 to April 3).