Critical test flight for NASA's return to moon scheduled for Monday

If all goes well, a massive uncrewed rocket will lift off on Monday morning, then circle the moon in an orbit that will take it deep into space before it returns to Earth 42 days later

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Loren Grush | Bloomberg
NASA is about to take the first step on its journey to return people to the moon by the end of the decade. If all goes well, a massive uncrewed rocket will lift off from Kennedy Space Center on Monday morning, then circle the moon in an orbit that will take it deep into space before it returns to Earth 42 days later.

The Artemis I mission marks a critical moment for NASA and the space industry. The Artemis program, named for the twin sister of the god Apollo in Greek mythology, aims to land the first woman and

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First Published: Aug 27 2022 | 7:34 AM IST

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