Why NASA's Artemis 1 mission to the moon is important

The Artemis 1 mission of NASA is about to take an important step toward sending people back to the Moon after a 50-year absence.

Due to a problem with one of the rocket's engines, the launch was originally planned for the morning of August 29, 2022. The launch was moved by NASA to September 3, 2022,

 however the second attempt was cancelled because of a hydrogen leak. Throughout the fall of 2022, there are a number of launch "windows.

It serves as a crewless shakedown flight for NASA's Space Launch System and Orion Crew Capsule.

It is planned for the spacecraft to visit the Moon, place a few tiny satellites there, and then enter orbit. In order to ensure that the spacecraft and any inhabitants can safely return to Earth

NASA wants to practise running the spacecraft, test the circumstances personnel would encounter on and around the Moon, and practise operating the spacecraft.

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