Space Launch System
NASA fired up the core stage of its massive new megarocket Saturday (Jan. 16) in a critical test that appeared to shut down early.
Experts dismiss NASA's reasons for being secretive about wet dress rehearsal of its major moon rocket.
Critical prelaunch tests for the Artemis I moon mission, known as a "wet dress rehearsal," are scheduled to begin on April 1 and continue through April 4.
NASA conducted its second major test of its powerful new moon rocket, the Space Launch System, and it was mostly a success.
NASA is going to light up the most powerful rocket it's ever built Saturday (Jan. 16), though it won't go anywhere.
NASA plans to ignite an absolutely mammoth rocket on Jan. 17, the largest it's built since the Apollo program
SpaceX has never flown a person into space in its first spacecraft, the Crew Dragon. But already Musk is showing off his big, shiny Starship — and NASA is bristling.
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