Monday's moon rocket launch needs good weather

Bad weather conditions could disrupt the schedule of space missions. So what about NASA's giant moon rocket launch on Monday?

NASA's highly anticipated Artemis I launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday, despite recent forecasts showing erratic weather in the region.

Rocket Launch has a 70% chance of currently acceptable conditions.

NASA keeps a close eye on squadron forecasts

The Saka Mega Moon rocket — the most powerful rocket ever built — is likely to blast off from Kennedy Space Center on time Monday night.

Given possible weather conditions on the Space Coast the day before the scheduled launch,

Showers and any thunderstorms are expected to decrease, the squadron said.

Monday's moon rocket launch needs good weather

Severe weather conditions could disrupt space mission schedules. So what about the giant lunar rocket that NASA launched on Monday?

NASA's highly anticipated Artemis 1 blasted off Monday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, despite recent forecasts showing unpredictable weather in the region.

Rocket Launch has a 70% chance of currently acceptable conditions.

NASA keeps a close eye on squadron forecasts

The Saka Supermoon Rocket — the most powerful rocket ever built — is expected to lift off from Kennedy Space Center on time Monday night.

Given possible weather conditions on the Space Coast the day before the scheduled launch,

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