NASA has updated the schedule to move the combined Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft out of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to Launch Pad 39B at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for testing to no earlier than March 2022.
NASA has added additional time to complete closeout activities inside the VAB prior to rolling the integrated rocket and spacecraft out for the first time. While the teams are not working any major issues, engineers continue work associated with final closeout tasks and flight termination system testing ahead of the wet dress rehearsal.
Teams are taking operations a step at a time to ensure the integrated system is ready to safely launch the Artemis I mission. NASA is reviewing launch opportunities in April and May.
Not gonna stop. Good old boy network wants to kill some more Astronauts.
Amazing how in just 9 years, NASA went from not being existent to landing on the moon (thanks to a literal Nazi but I digress). 50 years and not only has no one landed on the moon during that time,but NASA has had to reschedule Artemis launches, which are themselves “stepping stones” in order to get “back to the moon”.
At what point are will they just come clean?