As the new photos show, there is a lot of work going on at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida these days.
In new photos released by NASA, the two rockets are seen together. The SLS and Falcon 9 appear to be exactly the same size in some images, but this is a vision error. The Space launch system is 98 meters high, while the Falcon 9 is only 70 meters high.
The Falcon 9 rocket can be seen at the front and the
Space launch system at the rear.
Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky
Houston-based X-1 mission "Axiom Space" is organized, consists of three paid crews and one crew of Axium staff, a former NASA astronaut, and is scheduled to take them to the International Space Station for an eight-day stay. p>
- Experiments performed on the first completely private mission to the Space station
Previously, launch for April 3 ( April 14) was scheduled but delayed until the Artemis 1 missile "Wet Dress Rehearsal" was performed on platform 39B. During this vital test, members of the Artemis 1 team practice the activities they will perform in the actual launch process, including refueling the SLS.
Wet clothing training began in early April and was scheduled two days later. To finish. However, the teams faced several problems and as a result stopped the experiment. NASA officials, however, announced that the operation would continue after the launch of the Ax-1 mission.> Creidt: NASA/Joel Kowsky