Shoot for the Moon: Artemis I arrives at its launch pad

A rocket destined for the moon has arrived at its NASA launch pad, heralding a new era of revived exploration to the lunar surface and beyond. 

The Artemis I spacecraft, which moved from the assembly building to the launch pad early Friday morning at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, will fly to the moon unmanned as early as June this year, if all goes to plan. Its sister spacecraft, Artemis II and III, will then make the trip with crews of astronauts. 

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