1. Nasa’s rocket launch to the moon next week aims to close 50-year-long gap  The Guardian
  2. ESA - Artemis I return for launch  European Space Agency
  3. NASA: Moon rocket endured hurricane, set for 1st test flight  HT Tech
  4. Artemis remains on track for launch  WAAY-TV 31 News
  5. NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket Ready To Launch – How To Watch Live  SciTechDaily
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Nasa’s rocket Artemis is going to launch again – but why exactly are we going to the moon again?<br>Nasa’s rocket Artemis is going to launch again – but why exactly are we going to the moon again?

Nasa’s rocket launch to the moon next week aims to close 50-year-long gap | Nasa | The Guardian

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NASA Sets New Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission LaunchNASA Sets New Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission Launch

NASA Sets New Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission Launch | NASA

NASA has begun assessing the potential damage to its Artemis 1 moon rocket from Tropical Storm Nicole, which slammed into Florida's Space Coast on Thursday (Nov. 10).Initial checks suggest the damage is 'very minor.'

NASA assessing damage to Artemis 1 moon rocket from Tropical Storm Nicole | Space

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NASA is moving ahead with the next Artemis 1 launch attempt on Nov. 16 after finding no major repairs required to the SLS and Orion from Hurricane Nicole.NASA is moving ahead with the next Artemis 1 launch attempt on Nov. 16 after finding no major repairs required to the SLS and Orion from Hurricane Nicole.

NASA moving ahead with Nov. 16 Artemis 1 launch attempt - SpaceNews

NASA assesses moon rocket after a brush with Hurricane Nicole – Spaceflight Now

"If we didn’t design it to be out there in harsh weather we picked the wrong launch spot.""If we didn’t design it to be out there in harsh weather we picked the wrong launch spot."

NASA says its SLS rocket is good to go for a launch attempt next Wednesday | Ars Technica

NASA says its SLS rocket is good to go for a launch attempt next Wednesday – Ars Technica

After initial visual inspections, NASA said on Thursday that its new mega moon rocket apparently suffered no major damage after Hurricane Nicole hit Florida.

Hurricane causes only minor damage to Artemis rocket

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NASA likely to begin inspections of the rocket and spacecraft later today.NASA likely to begin inspections of the rocket and spacecraft later today.

NASA leaves its Artemis I rocket exposed to winds above design limits | Ars Technica

NASA leaves its Artemis I rocket exposed to winds above design limits – Ars Technica

Watch live: Hurricane force wind gusts detected at Artemis 1 launch pad – Spaceflight Now

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An update on NASA’s Artemis I Moon mission … The right moves for a small satellite mission … And a bright idea to search for water ice on the Moon … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! https://youtu.be/TUD1dweqJbQ Artemis I Moon Mission Still Targeting November La

This Week @NASA: Artemis I Moon Mission Update, Lunar Flashlight, CAPSTONE Success

This Week @NASA: Artemis I Moon Mission Update, Lunar Flashlight, CAPSTONE Success

The first Space Launch System (SLS) rocket made the 6.7 km trip from High Bay…

SLS returns to LC-39B for next Artemis I launch opportunity - NASASpaceFlight.com

"The team reviewed the forecast and determined the rocket will remain at the pad.""The team reviewed the forecast and determined the rocket will remain at the pad."

NASA will leave its $4.1 billion rocket outside as Nicole approaches Florida | Ars Technica

NASA will leave its $4.1 billion rocket outside as Nicole approaches Florida – Ars Technica

Glitches and stormy weather have delayed the Artemis I launch, but NASA hopes this time will be the charm.Glitches and stormy weather have delayed the Artemis I launch, but NASA hopes this time will be the charm.

NASA Artemis I Mega Moon Rocket Returns to Launchpad - CNET

Subtropical Storm Nicole delays SpaceX launch; Artemis 1 rocket stays on pad – Spaceflight Now

The Artemis 1 mission is now scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, November 16, but that assumes the incoming storm doesn't damage NASA's megarocket.The Artemis 1 mission is now scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, November 16, but that assumes the incoming storm doesn't damage NASA's megarocket.

NASA's Moon Rocket Will Have to Ride Out the Storm in Florida

NASA's Space Launch System rocket has arrived back on the launch pad ahead of its launch later this month.NASA's Space Launch System rocket has arrived back on the launch pad ahead of its launch later this month.

SLS rocket back at the launch pad ready for Artemis I launch | Digital Trends

NASA's 'mega moon rocket' is back on the launch pad. The Space Launch System, or SLS, is the space agency's newest and most powerful rocket to date and will return astronauts to the moon at some point in 2024 or 2025 as part of the Artemis program.NASA's 'mega moon rocket' is back on the launch pad. The Space Launch System, or SLS, is the space agency's newest and most powerful rocket to date and will return astronauts to the moon at some point in 2024 or 2025 as part of the Artemis program.

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An overnight roll out to pad 39B sets the stage for launch Nov. 14 to kick off a long-delayed unpiloted test flight.An overnight roll out to pad 39B sets the stage for launch Nov. 14 to kick off a long-delayed unpiloted test flight.

NASA's leak-prone Artemis moon rocket ready for another launch try - CBS News

NASA rolled out its largest-ever rocket to a launch pad in Florida on Friday and will try again 10 days from now to blast off on a much-delayed uncrewed mission to the Moon.NASA rolled out its largest-ever rocket to a launch pad in Florida on Friday and will try again 10 days from now to blast off on a much-delayed uncrewed mission to the Moon.

NASA's Giant Rocket Rolls Out To Launch Pad For Uncrewed Mission To Moon

NASA has been forced to postpone the launch of its newest Artemis I lunar rocket once again as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the Florida coast, the agency announced Tuesday.NASA has been forced to postpone the launch of its newest Artemis I lunar rocket once again as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the Florida coast, the agency announced Tuesday.

NASA's moon rocket delayed again as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches Florida

Nasa is skipping Monday's launch attempt of its new moon rocket over concerns about a Tropical Storm headed to Florida that could become a hurricane.Nasa is skipping Monday's launch attempt of its new moon rocket over concerns about a Tropical Storm headed to Florida that could become a hurricane.

NASA moves Artemis I launch date due to approaching Tropical Storm Nicole | Fox News

NASA is making another run at launching the Artemis I spacecraft on its maiden voyage to the moon, rolling the $4.1 billion rocket back onto the launch pad Thursday at Kennedy Space Center after months of delays.NASA is making another run at launching the Artemis I spacecraft on its maiden voyage to the moon, rolling the $4.1 billion rocket back onto the launch pad Thursday at Kennedy Space Center after months of delays.

NASA rolls Artemis I mission rocket and Orion capsule back to launch pad for Nov. 14 launch - UPI.com

NASA's moon rocket Artemis I  had been stowed away for weeks after issues with fuel leaks that thwarted the first two launch attempts and then a hurricane Ian rolled through Florida, forcing the rocket to vacate the launchpad and head for safety.NASA's moon rocket Artemis I  had been stowed away for weeks after issues with fuel leaks that thwarted the first two launch attempts and then a hurricane Ian rolled through Florida, forcing the rocket to vacate the launchpad and head for safety.

NASA to re-attempt launching moon rocket Artemis I on Nov 14 | World News | Zee News

NASA is postponing the next Artemis 1 launch attempt by at least two days as a tropical storm, forecast to become a hurricane, approaches the Florida coast.NASA is postponing the next Artemis 1 launch attempt by at least two days as a tropical storm, forecast to become a hurricane, approaches the Florida coast.

Tropical storm delays next Artemis 1 launch attempt - SpaceNews

Around 8:30 a.m. EDT (5:30 a.m. PDT) on November 4, the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for the Artemis I mission arrived at launch pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida after a nearly nine-hour journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). Teams will continue working

NASA’s Massive Artemis I Moon Rocket Arrives at Launch Pad Ahead of Historic Mission

NASA’s Massive Artemis I Moon Rocket Arrives at Launch Pad Ahead of Historic Mission

NASA is prioritizing worker safety as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the launch site, but it says the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft should be able to withstand high winds on the launch pad..NASA is prioritizing worker safety as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches the launch site, but it says the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft should be able to withstand high winds on the launch pad..

NASA delays Artemis 1 launch by two more days to November 16th | Engadget

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket ready for ride back to launch pad – Spaceflight Now

NASA has confirmed that it remains on track for the launch of the Artemis I Moon mission during a two-hour launch window that opens at 1:04 a.m. EST on Wednesday, November 16. The launch countdown will begin at 1:24 a.m. on Monday, November 14. Artemis I is the first integrated flight test of

NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket Ready To Launch – How To Watch Live

NASA’s Artemis I Moon Rocket Ready To Launch – How To Watch Live

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