As Artemis launches into the Rocket Launchpad, NASA offers a unique opportunity

NASA is allowing people to add names to Artemis I.

NASA is allowing people to add their names to Artemis I, a flightless test of an SLS rocket that will seat the Orion spacecraft. The unmanned spacecraft Orion will attempt to reach the moon and travel thousands of miles beyond. This is farther than the spaceships that humans will carry have ever traveled. The entire mission will last a few weeks and will end with the spacecraft splashing in the Pacific Ocean. The presentation is expected to take place in May this year.

This test will eventually give way to a rocket that will take the first woman and the first person of color to the moon.

Anyone from all over the world can go to the NASA website ( to add their name. spaceship. The spacecraft is expected to arrive on March 18.

Artemis Ia is the first of a series of increasingly complex missions to build a long-term human presence on the Moon for the future. NASA hopes this mission will provide a basis for building the first flight of the Artemis II crew. This is part of an ambitious plan for the astronauts to return to the moon with Artemis III. The timeline of these projects will be based on the success of Artemis I.

NASA said on its website, “All eyes will be on the historic 39B Launch Complex when Orion and the Space Launch System (SLS) rise for the first time from NASA’s modernized Kennedy Space Center in Florida.


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