Artemis-1 launch photographed from the press site at Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, FL.

Artemis I has (finally) launched, kickstarting NASA’s return to the moon

After false starts and weather delays, NASA’s most powerful rocket ever successfully lifted off. The uncrewed Orion spacecraft now embarks on a four-week mission.

The Artemis I mission lifts off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, sending a new spacecraft on an uncrewed test flight to the moon.

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