NASA's Mega Moon Rocket  Test In June

Will Get Another Prelaunch

The Artemis I Mega Moon

Rocket is gearing up for another attempt of its final prelaunch test in June, according to NASA officials.

NASA Is Preparing To Roll The

322-Foot-Tall Artemis I rocket stack, including the Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft back to the launchpad.

The Crucial Test

Known as the wet dress rehearsal, simulates every stage of launch without the rocket leaving the launchpad

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Propellant, going through a full countdown simulating launch, resetting the countdown clock and draining the rocket tanks.

After 3 Attempts Of The Wet Dress

Rehearsal in April, the rocket stack was rolled back into the Vehicle Assembly Building on April 26 to address issues that cropped up during the test attempts.

This Mission Will kick Off NASA's

Artemis program, which is expected to return humans to the moon and land the first woman and the first person of color on the lunar surface by 2025.

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