Watch Live as NASA’s SLS rocket goes through the Wet Dress Rehearsal test
At 5:00 p.m. EDT, or L-45 hours, 40 minutes before the initial targeted test T-0, the launch team arrived at their stations inside the Launch Control Center at @NASAKennedy. The countdown is now underway for the wet dress rehearsal test for Artemis I.
Beginning just after midnight Monday, June 6, technicians at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center are scheduled to begin transporting the agency’s huge Artemis 1 moon rocket to its launch pad for a crucial countdown rehearsal.
As NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) prepares to roll back to the pad for its next Wet Dress Rehearsal, concern grows for the rocket’s success as time sensitive parts begin to age, but are they justified? Or are they misplaced?
2021; the second year amidst a global pandemic. The year that began with a proverbial bang in the United States, when only six days in, a capitol riot ensued. Yet, despite this chaos, our work in space has never been brighter or as eventful as this one has been.