Watch NASA’s Giant Rocket Launch to Moon

the Space Launch System, from getting off the launchpad on Monday.

In the event of inclement weather or technical difficulties, the liftoff time can be pushed back by up to two hours, to 4:17 p.m.

If Artemis I takes off, coverage will last for about two hours after liftoff.

If the launch is postponed again, NASA may try to launch on Monday, September 5 or Tuesday, September 6.

Three of the engines' temperatures were approaching the target of minus 420 degrees Fahrenheit.

the most powerful since NASA astronauts flew to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s on Saturn V.

The rocket, known as S.L.S., resembles the retired space shuttles in appearance.

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