Back to the moon! Scheduled to be released on August 29, Artemis I mission just a beginning and in the future for man to set foot on the moon again Anthem.

The Artemis Program is a series of missions to test new technologies and safely land a woman and a person of color on the Moon for the first time. In addition, the project plans to establish a long-term human presence on our natural satellite through robotics.

With the first flight of the Space Launch System (SLS), the rocket will take the Orion spacecraft into the sky. The mission is expected to take 42 days and will travel to the moon and back.

The drone mission will serve as a test case for:

  • Verify the safety and strength of Orion’s heat shield during reentry into Earth’s atmosphere;
  • Test and demonstrate SLS ability;
  • Check and test ground systems to make sure everything is working efficiently and responsively.

Some special items will be on board. According to Artemis I’s rescue manager, Melissa Jones, “several dummies and some trunks simulating human tissues and organs” will be sent.

These items will help validate how radiation exposure and vehicle acceleration will affect the human body in future missions.

Upon returning from mission, all data will be analyzed to ensure that the safe planning and deployment of the manned Artemis II Mission is possible.

The mission will also take photos from space and reconstruct historical photos like "Earthrise".

The launch will take place from Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Although scheduled for August 29, there are two more release windows on September 2 and 5, in case of any complications. The launch will be streamed live on the YouTube channel KCS Newsroom.

Source: Tec Mundo

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