How to Watch Saturdays Moon Rocket Launch

 NASA is launching a big Moon Rocket, Space Launch System stops to launch on Monday

 NASA will try again on Saturday, hopeful that its engineers have resolved the issue.

 NASA Artemis 1 Moon launching begins at 1:30 p.m from 2:17 pm ET.  In other techinical issues or bad weather , it will be delayed until 4:17 p.m

 NASA TV'S online Coverage of the Artemis 1 launching is begin around 5:45 a.m. when a commentator describes loading the rocket's fuel tanks. coverage begins at 12:15 p.m.

launch coverage will be looked at on the NASA website with include live streaming and On-demand streaming video and photos of the launch will be available shortly after liftoff.

 which represents no danger to Earth — at around 15,000 mph.  The objective, the moon of an enormous space rock called Dimorphos, is around 525 feet wide.

 the launch window has only a 60% chance at the beginning of favorable weather at the start and an 80% chance by the end of launching.

 So you can subscribe to the Time's  or astronomy calender to receive launch reminder

 Artemis launching, coverage will continue for nearly 2 hours, when the trans Lunar injection pusher the Orion spacecraft to the moon

IF may launch delayed then it will launch on Monday, 5 Sept - 6 Sept. According to winter. 

 Artemis launching, coverage will continue for nearly 2 hours, when the trans Lunar injection pusher the Orion spacecraft to the moon

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