Technicians at NASA are
transporting the agency's huge Artemis 1 moon rocket to its launch pad for a crucial countdown rehearsal.
Artemis 1, the first launch
for NASA's new Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket, will send an uncrewed Orion capsule around the moon and back.
Artemis 1 will
lift off soon, but the SLS and Orion must first complete wet dress rehearsal test
The rollout will start
on Monday at 12:01 a.m. EDT and take the Artemis 1 from KSC's Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to Pad 39B
The agency will apparently
Livestream views from the VAB when rollout begins and from Pad 39B when the SLS and Orion get there.
This will be the second
rollout for Artemis 1. The first occurred in mid-March, when SLS and Orion emerged from the VAB around sunset