‘Mega Moon Rocket’ ready for crewed Artemis II launch


After several failures, NASA’s “Mega Moon Rocket” has now completed its first unmanned test launch.
To determine whether the mission was successful despite the serious problems, the crew is still analyzing the large amount of data collected during the first flight.

However, NASA’s initial research indicates that the Mega Moon Rocket and accompanying Orion capsule are now ready to launch Artemis II, which will carry the crew into lunar orbit.

“All SLS systems have performed excellently according to initial post-flight data, and plans are ready to support crewed missions on Artemis II.” The post-flight analysis team prepares the final report and continues to evaluate the data” NASA Blog Post.

According to the agency, the results of the Artemis mission created “the foundation for the Artemis generation and the future of deep space flight.”

Thanks to a NASA Mission, the first woman and the first person of color land on the moon.

Repeated delays to the initial launch led some to question whether the project could even launch. Contrary to popular belief, the rocket managed to carry an unmanned Orion capsule for a 25-day journey.

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