NASA built the world's most powerful rocket, which lands on the moon in a single journey

NASA built the world's most powerful rocket, which lands on the moon in a single journey
The US space agency NASA has designed the world's most powerful rocket. The estimated budget of this rocket is 1.35 lakh crores. The main stage of this rocket is being tested first. For this, the US Space Agency has also launched an RSS 25 engine around this rocket for 8 minutes. The Space Launch System (SLS) is the most powerful rocket ever built by NASA.

NASA is testing it at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi State. Explain that earlier the test was postponed due to technical reasons. NASA is preparing to go to the moon without humans. This mission is named Artemis.

There are plans to transport the world's most powerful rocket to the moon through a solo journey in the future. The Space Launch System (SLS) is the most powerful rocket ever built by NASA. During the test, the rocket's main stage generates more than 1.6 million pounds of energy within seven seconds.

According to NASA, the SLS is an incredible feat of engineering, the only rocket capable of completing America's next generation of missions. "Today's successful core stage fire test for SLS will prove to be an important milestone in the goal of taking humans to the lunar surface and beyond," NASA Chief Administrator Steve Jurski said.

The SLS core phase consists of two propellant tanks containing more than 733,000 gallons of supercooled liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. These help fuel the RS-25 engine. The core phase consists of a complex network of flight software and avionics systems, designed to help rockets fly, track, and run during launch and flight.

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