1. Firing Up a Rocket Booster for Artemis on This Week @NASA – September 4, 2020  NASA
  2. NASA rocket turns desert sand into glass during test launch for a mission to the moon  indy100
  3. Rocket limbo complicating NASA's Europa Clipper mission  Space.com
  4. 'Behold: the most powerful rocket booster ever built for flight' – NASA test fires Space Launch System  Yellowhammer News
  5. Stunning video shows test of NASA's most powerful rocket ever  New York Post
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NASA's highly anticipated mission to the Jupiter ocean moon Europa needs a rocket — and soon, the project's planners say.Clipper team members say they need a decision soon.

Rocket limbo complicating NASA's Europa Clipper mission | Space

On Wednesday, a NASA rocket inadvertently turned sand from the desert into glass. The Space Launch System rocket will hopefully travel to the moon – and it’s an important test for future Artemis missions. NASA is hoping that these rockets can set off in 2024. On Wednesday, a NASA rocket inadvertently turned sand from the desert into glass. The Space Launch System rocket will hopefully travel to the moon – and it’s an important test for future Artemis

NASA rocket turns desert sand into glass during test launch for a mission to the moon | indy100

Earlier this week, NASA and Northrop Grumman fired up a Space Launch System (SLS) support booster, producing more than 3

‘Behold: the most powerful rocket booster ever built for flight’ – NASA test fires Space Launch System - Yellowhammer News | Yellowhammer News

The engine produced more than 3 million pounds of thrust during the rare, full-scale test that lasted a little more than two minutes, NASA said.Stunning video shows NASA testing a solid-fuel booster for its most powerful rocket ever — which is set to send the first woman to the moon. The engine produced more than 3 million pounds of

Stunning video shows test of NASA’s most powerful rocket ever