According to Two Space experts
It is hoped that NASA's 29 August launch on the moon will be one step toward the military being able to watch and protect the lunar ecosystem.
In Greek mythology, Artemis is a twin sister of Apollo—is the first mission of the program that eventually aims to send people and supplies to Mars.
As part of its first mission, Boeing's SLS rocket is expected to carry out a 42-day uncrewed flight around the moon.
Possibly in 2024, a second mission will ferry humans around the moon.
This will be the first time since December 1972, when Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt stepped on lunar regolith, or dusty moon soil, by humans.
As per NASA, A total of $37 billion has been spent on the SLS-Orion spacecraft, including the cost of design, construction, testing, and ground infrastructure.
The Artemis 1 SLS rocket launch will take place at Aug 29, 8:33 a.m. EDT from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center.