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Artemis 1 launch date set..NASA's SLS lunar rocket will launch on August 29 at the earliest.

Artemis 1 launch date set..NASA’s SLS lunar rocket will launch on August 29 at the earliest.

NASA has now decided when it’s time to send the first part of its lunar mission, Artemis, from Earth.

During a press conference that day, the US space agency announced that it would take place on August 29 at the earliest. If the Space Launch System (SLS), the powerful rocket that will send an unmanned Orion capsule around the moon, is launched on August 29, the capsule will return to Earth on October 10, 42 days later.

However, NASA also has two backup dates for leaving the SLS into space. 2 and 5 September. If any of these dates occur, the trip around the moon will take 39 and 42 days, respectively, and the Orion capsule will return to Earth on October 11 or 17.

Above, you can check out the Artemis 1 trailer released by NASA regarding the launch dates provided. Below is an infographic explaining the Artemis 1 mission in more detail.

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Image of a wiki article about the Space Launch Systemspace launch systemThe Space Launch System is an American ultra-durable consumable launch vehicle that has been in development by NASA since 2011. As of June 2022, the first launch is scheduled to take place no later than August 23, 2022. It replaces the Ares I launch vehicles. and Ares V, which was canceled along with the rest of Constellation, a previous program intended to return to the Moon. The SLS aims to become the successor to the retired space shuttle, the primary launch vehicle for NASA’s deep space exploration plans during the 1920s. Manned lunar flights are planned as part of the Artemis program, leading to a possible human mission to Mars. The SLS is being developed in three main phases with increased capabilities: Block 1, Block 1B and Block 2. As of August 2019, the SLS Block 1 launch vehicles will launch the first three Artemis missions and five subsequent SLS flights are scheduled to use Block 1B, after which all flights will use Air Block 2.

A closer look at Artemis 1

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We hope to go to the moon next month

Soon, NASA’s next lunar adventure will begin for real as the first Artemis spacecraft will go there. Artemis 1 is now fully assembled at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and NASA has released a clip showing the lunar module a little closer. Artemis 1 consists of a Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion space capsule. Together, they make up the Artemis 1 craft, which is about 100 meters high. In the clip above, NASA goes into more detail about the specifications of the various parts of the craft and how it will be launched from Earth to the Moon. Artemis 1 will be an unmanned mission that will for a short time be in orbit around the Moon. Artemis 1 is supposed to follow the Artemis 2 and Artemis 3 missions, the mission that for the first time since 1972 is supposed to land humans on the moon again. That should happen sometime around 2025 according to NASA’s latest schedule. An Artemis 1 release date has not yet been set, but it is scheduled to leave Earth sometime in August. Below is an illustration showing how the Artemis 1 orbit from Earth to the Moon and back is planned.

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NASA has removed the giant SLS rocket from its hangar

It will be tested a bit before Artemis 1 goes away

For more than ten years, NASA and its partners have been developing a giant Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, and it launched yesterday from NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building for a few different tests. After the tests are completed, the SLS will be returned to its hangar for any other modifications that may be required. After that, it should be ready for use to send NASA’s Artemis 1 mission into space. Artemis 1 is an unmanned lunar mission that will send an Orion capsule to the moon, which will then enter into orbit around it. Artemis 1 will be the first of NASA’s lunar missions aimed at landing a male and female astronaut on the Moon within a few years. Artemis 1, like the rest of the Artemis program, has suffered from delays. Exactly when NASA plans to send the SLS and the Orion capsule into space, there is no information yet. It is believed to happen sometime this summer at the earliest. The launch of the SLS yesterday at the Kennedy Space Center took about 11 hours and it was a very slow story. Above, you can check the time-lapse as you go faster. To coincide with the launch, NASA and veteran Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vader have released an official video of the Artemis mission. It’s set to music by Vader’s song “Invincible” and you can watch it below.

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This is how the United States will land on the moon again

In five years, humans will hit the moon again

Now it’s clear that NASA is getting extra money from the US government to be able to land people on the moon again. If all goes as planned by NASA and the United States, at least one man and woman will land on the moon again by 2024. The project is called “Artemis” and this week the United States gave an additional $1.6 billion budget to NASA to develop What is needed for the next American landing on the moon. In the clip above, you can get an overview of how NASA plans to land astronauts on the Moon again.

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