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Artemis According to NASA, I will launch to the moon and return.

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That is the outcome of the Flight Readiness Review performed by NASA on Monday.

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The examination was a thorough evaluation of the stack's (98-meter, 322-foot) readiness.

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Currently parked on the launchpad at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida are the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft.

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On Monday, August 29, the Artemis team is aiming for its first two-hour launch window from 8:33 a.m. ET to 10:33 a.m. ET.

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Backup launch windows are scheduled for September 2 and September 5.

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The "go" following the flight readiness review is a good indication that the mission is on track.

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However, there are still a few things, including severe weather, that might affect when it rises off the pad during the course of the following week.

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