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Watch the moment Nasa’s Artemis 1 blasts off to the moon




The unmanned lunar rocket Artemis 1 has lifted off from Nasa’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 1.04am ET on Wednesday. Artemis 1 will be on its journey for 25 days days, going beyond the dark side of the moon then returning to Earth and splashing down in a Pacific Ocean in December. The success of this mission is crucial to the Artemis 2 and 3 flights that will follow and which will take humans to and from the moon
Nasa’s Artemis 1, most powerful rocket in history, blasts off to moon

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