First Rollout of NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket (Official NASA Broadcast)
Watch as the rocket and spacecraft for our Artemis I mission around the Moon move to their launchpad at Kennedy Space Center.
The integrated Orion capsule and Space Launch System rocket will take a 4-mile journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building to launch pad 39B, with the full travel time expected to last from six to 12 hours. This step is in preparation for a prelaunch test known as wet dress rehearsal, which includes loading the rocket’s propellant tanks and conducting a launch countdown.
For more information about Artemis I, visit https://go.nasa.gov/3JnayUA
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