After, after NASA’s Artemis 1 took us to the moon and back at beginning of last month. He returned to Kennedy Space Center. Homecoming It took place on December 30th. Artemis 1 swam into the Pacific Ocean on December 11. The capsule set off on an overland journey to Florida the day after USS Portland had retrieved the crew craft. Artemis 1 Get started An unforgettable night launch on the next generation rocket NASA’s Space Launch System heavy lift.
NASA will now remove Orion’s heat shield from Kennedy Space Center so that it can conduct a “thorough assessment” of the component to determine how it performs during atmospheric return. It will also get rid of the agency NASA sent a test dummy aboard Orion to collect data about how humans react to travel to the moon. NASA stated that Artemis I was a significant step forward in NASA’s efforts for exploration of the Moon and pave the path for Orion and the Space Launch System rocket to fly a crew around Artemis II.
Although Artemis II won’t be released until 2024, there are still many things to look forward too between now and next. NASA promised to release the crew of four in “early-2023.” Artemis II will allow for the first human lunar landing since 1972’s end of Apollo program. NASA will eventually have a permanent presence on the lunar surface.
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