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Live from Artemis 1: Join Space.com’s Brett Tingley for NASA’s big moon launch

After enduring a battering by Hurricane Nicole, NASA’s Space Launch System moon rocket is standing on a launch pad (again) ready for its debut flight. If you couldn’t make it to the launch in person, you can at least be part of it with Space.com’s Brett Tingley, who is very excited to see the huge rocket fly. 

If all goes to plan, the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will lift off from Launch Pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 1:04 a.m. EST (0604 GMT) on Wednesday (Nov. 16). The launch window will be open for two hours, however, so it could be a long night. If you are among the many space nerds who are staying up late for the liftoff, you can tune in to one of Brett Tingley’s Space.com webcasts on YouTube or Facebook, where you can ask him questions about the milestone mission, known as Artemis 1

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