NASA plans to send astronauts to the Moon and then to Mars by 2025 as part of the Artemis mission.
Getting help from space companies such as SpaceX, Blue Origin and Dynetics in this challenging mission, NASA aims to make journeys safe with its own rocket named “SLS”.
The first launch will take place on Monday.
NASA shared information about the launch date of the SLS rocket, of which it completed its rehearsals. The rocket, developed as part of the Artemis 1 mission, will be launched on Monday, August 29, and the mission will officially begin.
As part of the mission, which will be the first leg of the Artemis program, NASA will use the SLS rocket, the most powerful launch rocket system to date, and the Orion spacecraft, in which the astronauts will be aboard. But next Monday’s launch mission will not be manned.