This is sure to be amazing! On Monday, August 29, NASA will launch the Artemis 1 lunar rocket. You can watch this live in the Omniversum Dome on a 360-degree 8k screen.
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On August 29 at 2:33 p.m. Dutch time, NASA will launch its first Space Launch System (SLS) lunar rocket.
Go to the moon
The missile has a height of 98 meters and is the most powerful missile the Americans have ever made. It’s an unmanned test mission to see if the new rocket can take people, including the first woman and first people of color, to the moon by 2025.
The launch date is set for August 29, if it doesn’t work out, September 2 and 5 will be on the agenda as alternate days.
You can attend the launch party live from 2pm at Omniversum. The ticket costs 5 euros.
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