NASA’s next moon mission could take flight this week. Artemis I is poised to launch from Kennedy Space Center as early as Wednesday morning. The mission has faced a handful of obstacles, from engine issues, a gas leak, to riding out a hurricane.

We’ll speak with Philip Metzger, a former NASA engineer and now researcher at the Florida Space Institute about the challenges of launching a new vehicle — and what’s at stake during this launch attempt.

Then, we’ll speak with a retired NASA astronaut Nicole Stott about Artemis  and how this moment in exploration is inspiring us to take better care of our own spaceship Earth.

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