September 30, 2022

NASA's Artemis 1 launch date set for September

NASA’s Artemis 1 launch date set for September

He told us that 730 students are absent today. Stewart: New night at 10:00, NASA has a new window to try to get the ARTEMIS ONE mission off Earth. Summer: The agency now says the ARTEMIS 1 mission will not start until September 27. Stewart: Wish 2 Jim Pine joins us in the studio with new launch window specs. Jim: NASA is hoping the third time will be magic, and is targeting a 70-minute launch window that opens at 11:37 a.m. on September 27. After September 21, over the weekend, ARTEMIS ONE fixed the hydrogen leakage area. This week, the teams will conduct tests to ensure there are tight restraints between the floor plates and the sides of the rocket before testing again while transporting ultra-cold liquid hydrogen. This pretend test will allow the teams to confirm that the leak has been fixed. It also allows managers to ensure teams get adequate rest, and to allow supplies of very cold fuel to be restocked. If the September 27 launch date doesn’t work, NASA is considering October 2 as a potential opportunity to launch backup

NASA sets the date for the next launch of Artemis 1


NASA announced, on Monday evening, the date on which it plans to attempt to launch the Artemis 1 SLS rocket from the Kennedy Space Center for the third time, and officials are aiming for September 27 for the next launch. No boot time has been set. Related Topics: NASA aims to launch Artemis 1 this month “The updated dates represent careful consideration of multiple logistical topics, including the added value of having more time to prepare for cryo-specific demonstration testing, and therefore more time to prepare for launch,” she wrote. NASA in an update, if it doesn’t work out on September 27, NASA officials are looking forward to a backup date of October 2.

On Monday night, NASA announced the date it plans to attempt to launch an Artemis 1 SLS rocket from the Kennedy Space Center for the third time.

Officials are aiming for September 27 for the next launch. No boot time has been set.

Related: NASA aims to launch Artemis 1 this month

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“The updated dates represent careful consideration of multiple logistical topics, including the added value of having more time to prepare for cryo-specific demonstration testing, and therefore more time to prepare for launch,” NASA wrote in a letter. Modernization.

If it doesn’t work out on September 27, NASA officials are looking forward to a backup date of October 2.