New NASA Moon Rocket


NASA Rocket

Kolee Ho, Editor

After fifty years, NASA has finally created a new moon rocket planned to have astronauts flying around the moon as early as 2024.


In 2017, NASA set up a program called Artemis and has been specially designing a rocket built to cover over fifty years of exploration on the moon.


The last time humans ever touched the moon was in 1972, during the Apollo 12 mission. NASA and researchers are now planning to make a greater comeback and get updated information.


Although the launch of the rocket was delayed, it is planned to launch in October. The rocket is 322 feet and was made the most powerful ever built by NASA.


Surprisingly, Artemis also survived multiple lightning strikes and storms. If possible, NASA is willing to use this rocket to travel to Mars in the future.