NASA will attempt a moon launch in November. So will someone else. | Mashable

November could be a hectic month for launches to the moon.

Yes, that’s “launches,” plural.

If there were any skepticism on whether the world has entered a new space race, the dueling lunar-bound liftoffs coming next month could be the smoking gun. After NASA waived-off two launch attempts in late August and early September — followed by a delay courtesy of Hurricane Ian — the U.S. space agency will try again to send up its first Artemis mission on Nov. 14, with backup dates of Nov. 16 and 19.

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