SLS Lifts Off To Begin New Chapter In U.S. Space Program

SLS Launch
Credit: Lockheed Martin
CAPE CANAVERAL—The most powerful rocket NASA has ever built lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center on Nov. 16, ending years of delays in the debut of the Artemis Moon program, which is intended to expand human presence beyond low Earth orbit. Propelled by a pair of solid-rocket boosters and four...

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