Another obstacle will be faced with NASA's Artemis 1 launch window in October

Another obstacle will be faced with NASA's Artemis 1 launch window in October ...

Another concern for NASA''s historic uncrewed mission to the Moon is that technical problems have been solved two weeks ago. A new liftoff of the Artemis 1 mission scheduled for Tuesday is now being en routed by a storm gathering in the Caribbean.

The storm, which has not yet been assigned a name, is currently located south of the Dominican Republic.

In the near future, the rocket will become a hurricane and might move north to Florida, home to the Kennedy Space Center, from which the rocket will launch.

"Our aim A is to stay on course and begin the launch on September 27,," NASA''s technical director said on Friday. "We realised that we also need to be attentive and focused on a plan B."

That would then result in bringing the enormous Space Launch System back to the VAB Building, which is now known as the Vehicle Assembly Building.

"If we were to go down to Plan B, we would require a couple days to pivot from our actual tanking test or launch configuration to execute rollback, and return into the protection of the VAB," Bolger said, adding that a decision should be made by early afternoon on Saturday.

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The orange and white SLS rocket can support wind gusts of up to 137 km per hour on the launch pad. The actual launch period, which runs until October 4, will be missed.

The next launch window will begin on October 17 to 31, with one possibility of take-off per day, except from October 24-26 and 28.

After years of delays and cost delays, a successful Artemis 1 mission will deliver a great relief to the US space agency. Yet another failure would be a blow to NASA, as two previous launch attempts were canceled because the rocket was subjected to technical difficulties, including a fuel leak.

NASA must receive a special waiver to avoid having to retest batteries on an emergency flight system used to destroy the rocket if it drops from its designated range to a remote area.

On Tuesday, the launch window will begin at 11:37 local time and last for 70 minutes.

If the rocket hits the day before, it will last 39 days before it departs in the Pacific Ocean on November 5.

In preparation for future Moon-bound journeys, the Artemis 1 space mission hopes to simulate the SLS as well as the unmanned Orion capsule that sits atop.

astronauts are waiting for astronauts who are on the lookout for men equipped with sensors, and they will record acceleration, vibration, and radiation levels.

The next artemis 2 mission will take astronauts into orbit around the Moon without landing on its surface.

The crew of Artemis 3 will arrive on the Moon in 2025 at the veryearliest time.