Artemis 1 for an early morning launch on Wednesday

Live update from 12:30am: You can watch the above launch live starting at 4pm. – Cryogenic tanking has started and seems to be going well. This process will take 6 hours to complete. Full text below: NASA held a teleconference Monday night to discuss the upcoming Artemis 1 launch. The launch date had previously been set for November 14, but NASA has rescheduled the date to Wednesday. November 16th, because of Nicole. Wednesday at 1:04am, the launch is scheduled for 2 hours. The flight will eventually launch a series of Artemis missions with the goal of establishing a permanent base on the moon. To astronauts exploring Mars. NASA leaders met on Monday to discuss preparations for the next launch attempt, and by Wednesday decided it was still underway. It wasn’t just the weather that delayed success. The initial release was dropped in August. 29, mainly due to engine cooling problems. On September 3, the second scheduled launch date, a hydrogen leak was discovered, further delaying the schedule. The spacecraft did not pass Hurricane Nicole completely unscathed. Officials said some of the caulk in Orion’s launch abort system came loose during the storm. Technicians are also working to replace electrical connectors. However, NASA said the connectors would not interfere with the launch. With these measurements, we start the launch countdown,” said NASA deputy manager Jeremy Parsons. As for the weather, there is an 80 percent chance of good weather for the launch. “This time, one of the popular places to watch the launch is unavailable. Jetty Park and campgrounds are closed. Crews are still clearing debris left behind by Hurricane Nicole,” he said. Parks will not be cleared in time for launch Brevard County, Florida — You can watch the live stream above starting at 12:30 a.m. Live Update: 4:00 p.m. – Cryogenic Tanking has begun and things are going well This process will take six hours to complete Full text below: NASA held a teleconference Monday night to discuss the upcoming launch of Artemis 1. The launch date had previously been set for November 14, but NASA The date has been rescheduled to Wednesday, November 16, because of Nicole, scheduled for Wednesday at 1:04 a.m., with a start time of 2 hours, this flight will ultimately lead to astronauts exploring Mars, a permanent base on the moon It will launch a series of Artemis missions with the goal of erecting a second launch scheduled for September 3. It wasn’t just the weather that delayed success. The initial launch was canceled on August 29, mainly due to engine cooling issues. On Sunday, a hydrogen leak was discovered, further delaying the schedule. The spacecraft did not pass through Hurricane Nicole completely unscathed. Officials said some of the caulk on Orion’s launch abort system came loose during the storm. Technicians also worked to replace electrical connectors. “However, NASA has said that the connector will not interfere with the launch. With these measurements, we begin the launch countdown.” Eremy Parsons said. As for the weather, there remains an 80% chance of favorable weather for the launch. This content is from Twitter. You can find the same content in a different format or find more information on that website. “Temperatures should be close to 70 degrees with south-southwest winds of 10 to 15 knots up to 200 feet,” NASA’s Melody Lovon said. Jetty Park and campgrounds are closed. Crews are still clearing debris left behind by Hurricane Nicole, and the park won’t be cleared in time for launch.

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