Sep 7, 2022

Artemis I September Launch In Work SpaceX Starship Update

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NASA is trying to pull a rabbit out of the hat to launch Artemis I this month. Watch to hear about this and other launch options in work. The main driver is getting waivers from range control on the Flight Termination System (FTS). Find out why the last attempt was scrubbed. The SpaceX Starship engine test campaign is also covered in this video after discussions of the advantages and disadvantages of using hydrogen fuels.

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