The Artemis 1 mission was launched today at 1:48 am EST.

The rocket, which was launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, was supposed to start its mission much earlier than this, but technical problems, weather problems and other issues caused the postponement of this important mission several times. Today’s launch was also delayed by 44 minutes.

The NASA rocket was originally supposed to start its journey in August, but this mission was canceled and postponed to September. But the month of October was not the right time to launch Artemis 1 and finally this mission started today. Orion is expected to capture and share the first view of Earth several hours after launch. Earth release time from the Orion capsule perspective depends on factors such as launch time and health of the capsule.

The Artemis 1 mission is the first of NASA’s Artemis mission series, which previously announced that it will be followed by three missions, and NASA has recently announced the addition of the fourth Artemis mission.

Artemis 1 is the first mission in NASA’s Artemis program, which aims to have a permanent human presence on the Moon and its surroundings by the end of the 2020s. During the Artemis 1 mission, the Orion capsule will go on an unmanned journey into lunar orbit. If all goes according to plan, Artemis 2 will launch astronauts into lunar orbit in 2024, and Artemis 3 will land the first woman and first person of color near the moon’s south pole in 2025 or 2026.

NASA has recently announced the second human journey to the moon during the Artemis 4 mission, and the officials of the NASA space agency have confirmed in a report that the second human landing on the moon in the last 50 years will be done by the Artemis 4 mission.

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