1. Nasa’s rocket launch to the moon next week aims to close 50-year-long gap  The Guardian
  2. NASA sticks to plan to launch Moon rocket Wednesday  The News International
  3. NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket Ready To Launch – How To Watch Live  SciTechDaily
  4. ESA - Artemis I return for launch  European Space Agency
  5. Artemis remains on track for launch  WAAY-TV 31 News
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Nasa’s rocket Artemis is going to launch again – but why exactly are we going to the moon again?<br>Nasa’s rocket Artemis is going to launch again – but why exactly are we going to the moon again?

Nasa’s rocket launch to the moon next week aims to close 50-year-long gap | Nasa | The Guardian

Artemis 1 will mark the launch of the flagship Artemis programArtemis 1 will mark the launch of the flagship Artemis program

NASA sticks to plan to launch Moon rocket Wednesday - Technology - Dunya News

American space agency NASA on Friday said it is on track to launch the Artemis I moon mission on Nov. 16, which was delayed this time due to Tropical Storm Nicole.American space agency NASA on Friday said it is on track to launch the Artemis I moon mission on Nov. 16, which was delayed this time due to Tropical Storm

NASA says Artemis I safe for Nov. 16 launch after storm delay

Tropical Storm Nicole continues to batter Florida where NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket waits on the launch pad.While the Artemis 1 moon rocket is designed to withstand high winds, there have been gusts that have exceeded NASA's wind speed ratings.

Tropical Storm Nicole batters Florida and NASA's Artemis 1 rocket | Space

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WASHINGTON: NASA said Friday it plans to attempt its long-delayed uncrewed mission to the Moon as scheduled next Wednesday, after inspections revealed only minor damage from Hurricane Nicole´s...WASHINGTON: NASA said Friday it plans to attempt its long-delayed uncrewed mission to the Moon as scheduled next Wednesday, after inspections revealed only minor damage from Hurricane Nicole´s...

NASA sticks to plan to launch Moon rocket Wednesday

CAPE CANAVERAL—Post-hurricane inspections and analysis of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion capsule, which rode out a Category 1 storm at the launchpad, show no impediments toward picking up the two-day countdown for launch as planned on Nov. 14, NASA Associate Administrator Jim Free said on Nov. 11.CAPE CANAVERAL—Post-hurricane inspections and analysis of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion capsule, which rode out a Category 1 storm at the launchpad, show no impediments toward picking up the two-day countdown for launch as planned on Nov. 14, NASA Associate Administrator Jim Free said on Nov. 11.

SLS On Track For Predawn Wednesday Launch | Aviation Week Network

NASA says its moon rocket needs only minor repairs after enduring a hurricane and is on track for liftoff next week. A top official said Friday that the wind neverNASA says its moon rocket needs only minor repairs after enduring a hurricane and is on track for liftoff next week. A top official said Friday that the wind never

NASA: Moon rocket endured hurricane, set for 1st test flight

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SpaceX's next launch has been pushed back at least four days due to concerns about the recently formed Subtropical Storm Nicole.SpaceX's next launch has been pushed back at least four days due to concerns about the recently formed Subtropical Storm Nicole.

Subtropical Storm Nicole delays SpaceX launch - UPI.com

The uncrewed Artemis 1 mission, slated now to blast off on November 16, will mark the very first flight of a highly-anticipated US program of returning to the moon. NASA hopes to use an Artemis rocket to send astronauts to the lunar surface as soon as 2025, assuming the program goes to plan.The uncrewed Artemis 1 mission, slated now to blast off on November 16, will mark the very first flight of a highly-anticipated US program of returning to the moon. NASA hopes to use an Artemis rocket to send astronauts to the lunar surface as soon as 2025, assuming the program goes to plan.

Hurricane Nicole causes only minor damage to Artemis rocket in Florida - The Economic Times

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Nasa again rescheduled Space launch mission to moon to Moon on Tuesday as Tropical Storm Nicole churned toward the east coast of Florida.Nasa again rescheduled Space launch mission to moon to Moon on Tuesday as Tropical Storm Nicole churned toward the east coast of Florida.

Nasa again rescheduled Space launch mission to moon

After multiple delays, the launch of NASA’s Artemis I rocket is looming on the horizon. But, if the rocket does see another delay, it could put the booster at great risk of running out of time. That’s because the expiration dates on certain components of the Artemis I boosters are coming up in December. OneAfter multiple delays, the launch of NASA’s Artemis I rocket is looming on the horizon. But, if the rocket does see another delay, it could put the booster at great risk of running out of time. That’s because the expiration dates on certain components of the Artemis I boosters are coming up in December. One

NASA’s Atremis I rocket is running out of time

NASA's new $4 billion moon rocket endured fierce winds and heavy rains early Thursday as it rode out Hurricane Nicole on its Florida launchpad, apparently with only minor damage, according to an early NASA inspection in the storm's aftermath.Sustained winds of 85 miles per hour (136.8 km per hour) were meNASA's new $4 billion moon rocket endured fierce winds and heavy rains early Thursday as it rode out Hurricane Nicole on its Florida launchpad, apparently with only minor damage, according to an early NASA inspection in the storm's aftermath.Sustained winds of 85 miles per hour (136.8 km per hour) were me

NASA's new moon rocket tested by hurricane-force winds at Florida launchpad - CNA

NASA rolled out its largest-ever rocket to a launch pad in Florida on Friday and will try again 10 days from now to blast off on a much-delayed uncrewed mission to the Moon.NASA rolled out its largest-ever rocket to a launch pad in Florida on Friday and will try again 10 days from now to blast off on a much-delayed uncrewed mission to the Moon.

NASA's Giant Rocket Rolls Out To Launch Pad For Uncrewed Mission To Moon

The first Space Launch System (SLS) rocket made the 6.7 km trip from High Bay…

SLS returns to LC-39B for next Artemis I launch opportunity - NASASpaceFlight.com

NASA will batten down its big new moon rocket on the launch pad to ride out a hurricane...NASA will batten down its big new moon rocket on the launch pad to ride out a hurricane...

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NASA rolled out its largest-ever rocket to a launch pad in Florida on Friday. NASA rolled out its largest-ever rocket to a launch pad in Florida on Friday.

NASA rolls Moon rocket out to Kennedy Space Center launch pad - Technology - Dunya News

Elon Musk, the world's richest man and CEO of SpaceX, had been hoping to launch two satellites for Intelsat from the Falcon 9 rocket from the launch site in Florida. Elon Musk, the world's richest man and CEO of SpaceX, had been hoping to launch two satellites for Intelsat from the Falcon 9 rocket from the launch site in Florida.

SpaceX satellites launch delayed as subtropical Storm Nicole threatens coast of Florida | Science | News | Express.co.uk

NASA is continuing to monitor Tropical Storm Nicole and has decided to re-target a launch for the Artemis I mission for Nov. 16, pending safe conditions for emp

NASA prepares rocket, spacecraft ahead of Tropical Storm Nicole, re-targets launch - Aerotech News & Review

NASA assesses moon rocket after a brush with Hurricane Nicole – Spaceflight Now

An update on NASA’s Artemis I Moon mission … The right moves for a small satellite mission … And a bright idea to search for water ice on the Moon … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! https://youtu.be/TUD1dweqJbQ Artemis I Moon Mission Still Targeting November La

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This Week @NASA: Artemis I Moon Mission Update, Lunar Flashlight, CAPSTONE Success

NASA rolls the dice on Nicole, rather than rolling its Artemis I back to the hangar.NASA rolls the dice on Nicole, rather than rolling its Artemis I back to the hangar.

Update: NASA's Artemis I To Remain Outdoors As Nicole Approaches - AVweb

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA’s moon rocket is back on the pad for another launch attempt, following more repairs. The 322-foot (98-meter) rocket departed its hangar in the middle of the night and completed the 4-mile (6.4-kilometer) trip shortly after sunrise Friday. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA’s moon rocket is back on the pad for another launch attempt, following more repairs. The 322-foot (98-meter) rocket departed its hangar in the middle of the night and completed the 4-mile (6.4-kilometer) trip shortly after sunrise Friday.

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A storm approaching Florida has prompted NASA to set a new target date for the launch of its mega moon rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.A storm approaching Florida has prompted NASA to set a new target date for the launch of its mega moon rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.

NASA shifts launch date again for its mega moon rocket | Digital Trends

We have a big event in rocket launches this week! Do you remember NASA's moon mission that got scrubbed a few months ago? Well, this week the space agency is going to take another shot at it!We have a big event in rocket launches this week! Do you remember NASA's moon mission that got scrubbed a few months ago? Well, this week the space agency is going to take another shot at it!

TWIRL 91: NASA will try to launch Artemis I moon mission this week - Neowin

The SLS moon rocket will be exposed to the elements at its seaside launch pad, but NASA says it's tough enough to take it.The SLS moon rocket will be exposed to the elements at its seaside launch pad, but NASA says it's tough enough to take it.

Expected hurricane prompts Artemis moon launch delay

NASA's long-delayed Artemis mission to the moon now faces a new potential hurdle - the expiration of the rocket's boosters looming in mid-December.NASA's long-delayed Artemis mission to the moon now faces a new potential hurdle - the expiration of the rocket's boosters looming in mid-December.

NASA's Artemis rocket - hit with Nicole's 100-mph wind gusts - faces the EXPIRATION of its boosters | Daily Mail Online

After initial visual inspections, NASA said on Thursday that its new mega moon rocket apparently suffered no major damage after Hurricane Nicole hit Florida.After initial visual inspections, NASA said on Thursday that its new mega moon rocket apparently suffered no major damage after Hurricane Nicole hit Florida.

Hurricane causes only minor damage to Artemis rocket

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Mission will get the US closer to taking astronauts to the Moon after 5 decadesMission will get the US closer to taking astronauts to the Moon after 5 decades

NASA reschedules long-delayed Moon rocket launch as tropical storm barrels in

With Florida firmly in the crosshairs of Tropical Storm Nicole, teams at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral are preparing for the storm surge.With Florida firmly in the crosshairs of Tropical Storm Nicole, teams at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral are preparing for the storm surge.

TS Nicole: NASA, Space Force prep for storm surge, Artemis waits on pad

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NASA continues to target the launch of its Artemis I mission from the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 1:04 a.m. EST, Wednesday, Nov. 16. There is a two-hour launch window for the agency’s first integrated flight test of its Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft.NASA continues to target the launch of its Artemis I mission from the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 1:04 a.m. EST, Wednesday, Nov. 16. There is a two-hour launch window for the agency’s first integrated flight test of its Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft.

NASA Continues to Target Next Wednesday for Launch of Artemis I Mission from Kennedy Space Center - Space Coast Daily

The Artemis 1 mission is now scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, November 16, but that assumes the incoming storm doesn't damage NASA's megarocket.The Artemis 1 mission is now scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, November 16, but that assumes the incoming storm doesn't damage NASA's megarocket.

NASA's Moon Rocket Will Have to Ride Out the Storm in Florida

NASA left its prized new moon rocket exposed on its Florida launchpad as Hurricane Nicole battered the state with powerful winds. | Business Insider AfricaNASA left its prized new moon rocket exposed on its Florida launchpad as Hurricane Nicole battered the state with powerful winds

NASA left its $50 billion moon rocket exposed to Hurricane Nicole's powerful winds | Business Insider Africa

The Artemis I mission team will attempt to get the mega moon rocket off the ground again next week, even though it endured hurricane-force winds and incurred minor damage atThe Artemis I mission team will attempt to get the mega moon rocket off the ground again next week, even though it endured hurricane-force winds and incurred minor damage at

NASA still targets Artemis I launch next week despite minor hurricane damage | News | news-daily.com

NASA pushed back the launch of the Artemis I moon mission due to the intense storm.NASA pushed back the launch of the Artemis I moon mission due to the intense storm.

NASA Inspects $4.1 Billion Artemis I Moon Rocket for Hurricane Damage - CNET

NASA Artemis I mission managers say there's nothing preventing its mega moon rocket from launching on Nov. 16, even after Hurricane Nicole whipped it with heavy rains and wind at the launchpad this week. Crews plan to make "minor repairs" to the hardware before.Full steam ahead.

NASA's moon rocket survives storm and is still set for historic launch | Mashable

Artemis I: The two-hour launch window for Artemis I on November 16 will open at 1:04 am EST (11:34 am IST). NASA has also decided on a back-up launch opportunity on November 19. Artemis I: The two-hour launch window for Artemis I on November 16 will open at 1:04 am EST (11:34 am IST). NASA has also decided on a back-up launch opportunity on November 19. 

NASA Delays Artemis I Due To Tropical Storm Nicole, Targets Launch On November 16: All You Need To Know

NASA's moon rocket Artemis I  had been stowed away for weeks after issues with fuel leaks that thwarted the first two launch attempts and then a hurricane Ian rolled through Florida, forcing the rocket to vacate the launchpad and head for safety.NASA's moon rocket Artemis I  had been stowed away for weeks after issues with fuel leaks that thwarted the first two launch attempts and then a hurricane Ian rolled through Florida, forcing the rocket to vacate the launchpad and head for safety.

NASA to re-attempt launching moon rocket Artemis I on Nov 14 | World News | Zee News

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NASA hopes for the best as subtropical storm Nicole possibly becomes a Category 1 Hurricane that may endanger the $4.1 billion rocket.NASA hopes for the best as subtropical storm Nicole possibly becomes a Category 1 Hurricane that may endanger the $4.1 billion rocket.

NASA Confirms Rocket Will Stay Put as Nicole Reaches Florida