If all goes as planned, NASA's historic Artemis 1 moon mission will now launch in the middle of November.
However, Hurricane Ian destroyed that strategy. At Florida's Kennedy Space Center,
NASA was forced to roll Artemis 1 off Pad 39B because to the intense storm (KSC)
and early this week back into the security of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB).
Additionally, the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and
Orion capsule that make up the Artemis 1 stack were unharmed, according to NASA officials.
However, the storm did change the launch date of Artemis 1: NASA is now aiming for a liftoff between Nov.