NASA Announces Dates for Artemis Moon Mission Test
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NASA Announces Dates for Artemis Moon Mission Test

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The Artemis mission to the moon will soon conduct its first full launch test, the American aviation organization NASA has announced. Possible launch dates are Aug. 29, Sept. 2, and 5, the airline’s Jim Free said at a news conference.

 

“It’s the first time we’re trying to launch this device,” Free said. “We will be careful and work hard to make the attempts on those dates.”

The Artemis mission is to return American astronauts to the moon, including at least one woman. That will happen in 2025 at the earliest. Unfortunately, the missile system developed for the mission encountered technical difficulties during two unmanned ground tests. But NASA has now given the green light for the unmanned launch test anyway.

The system consists of the Space Launch System rocket and the Orion capsule.

Four astronauts will be placed in orbit on the Orion spacecraft for the final manned mission, after which two of them will travel to the lunar surface on a landing craft. The mission also aims to establish a “durable presence” on the moon, which will eventually be used as a base for future missions to Mars.

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