NASA’s Artemis mission takes off

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NASA’s Artemis mission has successfully been launched from the Kennedy Space Center yesterday.

The Artemis I mission is part of Nasa’s plan to get a man and a woman on the moon by 2025.

This launch did not have a crew on it and will be controlled on the ground by Nasa’s space experts.

NASA have attempted to launch the rocket several times over the last few months, but delayed due to weather and technical issues.

NASA eventually plans to send humans to the moon again, using their new Space Launch System rocket.

This rocket is designed to make sending humans up to the moon easier – but it needs to be tested before astronauts head off into space.

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