NASA Just Launched the Most Powerful Moon Rocket Ever Created

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Update 11/16/2022: NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) super-heavy rocket has successfully lifted-off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, carrying an uncrewed Orion capsule on a multi-week mission around the Moon.

The mission, which is well over a decade in the making, is a landmark moment for NASA’s Artemis program, which seeks to return humanity to the Moon before striding on to Mars. In order to launch, the enormous central body of the rocket must be packed with around 730,000…

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