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NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket returned to the launch pad on Tuesday, August 19, to advance a historic lunar mission.

An uncrewed test flight of the massive Space Launch System (SLS) mega rocket and its Orion spacecraft is called Artemis 1.

Moving of the Orion, piled atop the rocket, started from the KSC's Vehicle Assembly Building and will last up to 11 hours.

You may view the deployment live on NASA's website (opens in new tab), NASA TV, and the NASA app (opens in new tab).

NASA decided to launch the rocket exactly two days earlier than anticipated.

The deployment, which is anticipated to run between 8 and 11 hours depending on the weather, has not yet been given a full timeline by NASA.

With people on board, NASA plans to launch the Artemis 2 mission to orbit the moon as soon as 2024.