Violent Morning Thunderstorms Threaten NASA Artemis Launch

Violent Morning Thunderstorms Threaten NASA Artemis Launch


The threat of violent morning thunderstorms is hanging over NASA’s plans to launch Artemis early Monday after a series of lightning strikes hit lightning towers near the launch pad five times on Saturday. NASA says none of the strikes caused damage to the rocket. If plans go accordingly, astronauts could be on board in 2024, then a moon landing in 2025.
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