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14.06.2021, 07:13 offline quote

The SLS rocket will power xo slot NASA's Artemis I moon mission, which will launch later this year.That's a big rocket The Space Launch System is the most powerful rocket NASA has ever built and is intended to send spacecraft and astronauts to the moon as part of the Artemis project.

A large main stage has been lifted with two strong supporters at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.While NASA is still aiming to bring humans back to the moon, this SLS is for Artemis I, an unmanned mission around the moon that will launch later this year.

Teams are continuing to work to secure the main stage for the accelerator for Artremis I," NASA's Exploration Ground Systems program tweeted Saturday. with photos of SLS with people standing on weighing platforms The stacking operation for the launcher is taking place inside the vehicle assembly building. It is one of the largest buildings in the world.

The main stage (the large central part of the SLS) is 212 feet (65 meters) tall and weighs 188,000 pounds (85,275 kilograms) just by lifting it up and into place on the launch platform. Using a mobile phone is a great endeavor.On Friday, NASA tweeted a time-lapse video of the process of raising the core to vertical position.

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