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By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
Sunday is marks the end of Orion's nearly four-week trip around the moon and back.
By Bella Isaacs-Thomas
It will remain in this broad but stable orbit for nearly a week, before heading home. As of Friday, the capsule was 238,000 miles from Earth and is expected to reach a maximum distance of almost 270,000 miles in a…
NASA’s new moon rocket sprang another hazardous leak Saturday, as the launch team began fueling it for liftoff on a test flight that must go well before astronauts climb aboard.
The 322-foot Space Launch System rocket was set to lift off Monday morning from Florida with three test dummies aboard on its first flight, a mission to propel a capsule into orbit around the moon.
The uncrewed test flight will send a novel spacecraft on a weekslong journey around the moon and back to Earth.
Celebrations are in full swing across the country for the 50th anniversary of humanity’s first footsteps on another world.
Scientists hope crashing a probe into the moon will shed light on whether there is much water there.
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