Artemis 1 is due to be test fired for the length of time it would take it to launch to the moon , approximately 8 minutes , it's the first time all
four engines have been fired together and it's the final stage of testing before the rocket departs for the Moon later this year , it will eventually
launch astronauts back to the Moon.
The window for the test launch is due from 4.00 p.m. EST (21.00 GMT) and lasts 2 hours.
I must say that the two talking heads are easy on the eyes. It is good news that we now have 4 different ways to get into space (Virgin sort of, NASA,
SpaceX and BlueOrigin). All we need is some of them nice inflatable modules as a destination and we're in business!
Or as my grandfather used to say back in the 50's, "Now we're cooking with gas!"
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