NASA broadcasting live of Artemis I Mission to Moon

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), an independent agency of the US federal government res ponsible for the civil space program, aeronautics research, and space research, has completed the preparations for the mission of the new space vehicle Space Launch System (SLS) for landing on the moon. The launch time of the NASA rocket has been fixed at 6:33 pm Bangladesh time on Monday. The countdown to the launch has already begun. It is being broadcasted live on NASA’s own website.

SLS is the most powerful spacecraft ever built by NASA. 50 years after the landing of mankind on the moon, this project is called “Artemis I”. NASA officials believe there is “no major technical flaw”. The SLS rocket will carry a capsule. The name of this capsule is “Orion” – which will orbit the moon. However, no people were sent on this mission. If all goes as per the plan, astronauts will join the next missions. The SLS is being launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA.

The SLS rocket will leave Earth’s atmosphere within two hours after launch. Jim Free, an associate administrator for NASA’s Exploration Systems Development, says, “We didn’t find any negative results from the review. There is no difference of opinion between us.”

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