The flight of the rocket in the sky of America. The launch of the first flight of NASA’s giant satellite

The flight of the rocket in the sky of America.  The launch of the first flight of NASA’s giant satellite
The flight of the rocket in the sky of America.  The launch of the first flight of NASA’s giant satellite

The flight of the rocket in the sky of America. The launch of the first flight of NASA’s giant satellite

NASA’s giant lunar rocket lifted off on its maiden voyage at 1:47 a.m. EST (12:17 p.m. EDT), Reuters reported.

The Orion space capsule atop the 32-story Space Launch System (SLS) vehicle is completing a 25-day lunar orbiter mission before liftoff into the Pacific Ocean on December 11. 3 were canceled after encountering technical issues during the countdown.

The moon landings of the 1960s and 1970s were driven by Cold War geopolitics and the United States’ desire to approach the Soviet Union – evidenced by the launch of the first artificial satellite, Sputnik, and the crash of the first spacecraft, Luna 2. was achieved on the lunar surface and sent the first man into space, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin.

President John F. Kennedy made a public statement in 1961 that the United States would put a man on the moon before the end of the decade. This deadline was met thanks to the massive mobilization of resources for this purpose. But the technology ecosystem wasn’t fully ready to realize the full potential of this massive scientific breakthrough – and the astronauts who landed on the moon could only bring samples back to Earth for study.


Launch of a giant rocket

The flight of the rocket in the sky of America.  The launch of the first flight of NASA’s giant satellite
Launch of a giant rocket

The launch of the rocket
The launch of the rocket

NASA's giant moon rocket has launched on its maiden voyage
NASA’s giant moon rocket has launched on its maiden voyage

NASA rocket
NASA rocket

missile crossing
missile crossing

missile base
missile base

NASA agency
NASA agency


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