NASA getting ready to launch Artemis 1 on Monday, Aug. 29 (1 Viewer)

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The NASA site is now saying the test will be performed on Wednesday, September 21.
 

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Here's the latest information about potential launch dates:

  • Sept 27: 70-minute launch window opens at 11:37 a.m. EDT; landing on Nov. 5
  • Under review – Oct. 2: 109-minute launch window opens at 2:52 p.m.; landing on Nov. 11
 

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Due to Hurricane Ian’s expected path, NASA is going to roll the rocket back to the Vehicle Assembly Building to protect it from the weather.
A November launch is now projected.
 

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Good thing they did roll it back into the VAB. Ian is hitting Florida pretty hard today, especially on the west coast. Here in South Florida we've gotten 4-6 inches of rain overnight with more to come.
 

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NASA has set November 14 at 0007 eastern for the next launch attempt.
 

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with delays even. thought it was going to be scrubbed again. bob, were you still up and watching for it in sky?
 
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