Space stuff (NASA, UKSA, CSA, ESA, etc)

During a teleconference on Wednesday morning, NASA’s Associate Administrator for Exploration Systems Development Jim Free gave the potential dates for the launch of the Artemis 1 mission: Aug. 29, Sept. 2 and Sept. 5, 2022.

No launch window times were given.

Free stressed that these dates are “launch attempts” and admitted that NASA was not sure about those liftoff dates due to a repair of a hydrogen leak. (MyNews13)
I was hoping to have a second picture yesterday, but the sky was too bright and I wasn't able to get a good video to picture conversion.

That being said it was pretty amazing, historic even. The last time the Space Coast had two launches on the same day was 56 years ago.