The automated Artemis 1 mission to go into the lunar circle was cleaned in light of fuel spills Monday.

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 The 322-foot rocket is the most impressive at any point worked by NASA

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 out-muscling even the Saturn V that conveyed space travelers to the moon 50 years prior.

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 The Artemis I mission, including the Space Launch System Rocket and Orion space apparatus, 

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 was focused on takeoff on Monday between 8:33 a.m. also, 10:33 a.m. from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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 The following send-off endeavor will not be until Friday at the earliest.

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 Despite the fact that nobody is ready, a huge number of individuals were stuck on the coast to see the rocket take off

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 VP Kamala Harris is normal among the VIPs.

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 No space travelers are inside the Orion case on the rocket at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.

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 All things being equal, three life-sized models were lashed in for the lunar-circling mission, expected to be most recent a month and a half.