NASA's Fully Stacked Massive Artemis 1 Moon Rocket Looks Amazing
Artemis I is scheduled for launch in February 2022, following the recent NASA launch of the Lucy probe earlier this month. This unmanned launch is in preparation for Artemis II, which will carry astronauts into space to orbit the moon. All of this is a lead up to the manned Artemis III launch in 2024 which will put the first person back on the moon since Apollo 17 in 1972.
NASA will set a specific launch date once they have a successful wet dress rehearsal. Artemis III is also set to put the first female on the moon's surface. Perhaps she can one-up Eugene Cernan, who was the last man on the moon, that drew his daughter's initials into the dust before climbing back onto the lunar ladder to depart.