The dueling lunar-bound liftoffs next month might be the smoking gun proving that the world has entered a new space competition.
U.S. space agency NASA will aim to launch the first Artemis mission on November 14,.
With backup dates of November 16 and 19.
This comes after the agency canceled two previous launches in late August and early September.
Then had to postpone the launch again because of Hurricane Ian.
During the same time frame, another mission that is less well-known in America .