SLS Block 1 | Artemis I

SLS Block 1 | Artemis I

Launch Complex 39B
Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research. NASA have many launch facilities but most are inactive. The most commonly used pad will be LC-39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Artemis I

Artemis I (previously Exploration Mission 1) is the first flight on Space Launch System and the second flight of Orion crew spacecraft. Mission is planned to be an uncrewed circumlunar flight.

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Orion 002


Serial 002

Launch Crew Count 5

Status Active

Landing Time 2022-12-11T17:40:30+0000


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Crew

Commander Moonikin Campos

Anthropomorphic Test Device

Nationality Earthling

Date Of Birth

Status Active

Type Non-Human


Helga

Anthropomorphic Test Device

Nationality Earthling

Date Of Birth

Status Active

Type Non-Human


Zohar

Anthropomorphic Test Device

Nationality Earthling

Date Of Birth

Status Active

Type Non-Human


Shaun the Sheep

Zero-G Indicator

Nationality Earthling

Date Of Birth

Status Active

Type Non-Human


Snoopy

Zero-G Indicator

Nationality Earthling

Date Of Birth

Status Active

Type Non-Human


Space Launch System Block 1


Height 111.00 Meters

Max Stages 2

Mass To GTO 0 kg

Liftoff Thrust 39000 kN

Diameter 8.40 Meters

Mass To LEO 95000 kg

Liftoff Mass 2628 Tonnes


Launch Success 1

Consecutive Success 1

Maiden Flight 2022-11-16

Launch Failures 0


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Nosu

2022-11-16T08:47:14+0000

Successful maiden flight of the Space Launch System, launching Orion towards the Moon as part of the first mission of the Artemis program.

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Nosu

2022-11-16T06:48:04+0000

Liftoff

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Nosu

2022-11-16T06:38:12+0000

Adding new T-0 and setting GO

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Nosu

2022-11-16T05:56:49+0000

Extended hold confirmed, until new T-0 is announced

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Nosu

2022-11-16T05:50:48+0000

Pushing T-0 into the window and setting TBC until a new T-0 is officially announced

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Nosu

2022-11-16T03:31:06+0000

Main coverage live

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Jay

2022-11-16T01:58:12+0000

Weather 90%

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SwGustav

2022-11-15T21:13:40+0000

Weather 80%

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Nosu

2022-11-13T18:15:11+0000

Weather 90%

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-11-12T15:49:58+0000

Weather 80% GO

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Jay

2022-11-08T22:55:05+0000

Targeting November 16th due to Tropical Storm Nicole

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-10-12T13:15:22+0000

Added new target date and time

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Jay

2022-09-30T21:31:16+0000

NET November 13th UTC

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Jay

2022-09-26T14:41:18+0000

NASA will roll SLS back to the VAB due to Tropical Storm Ian, new launch date TBD.

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-09-24T14:07:16+0000

Not launching on September 27; date pending rollback decision

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Jay

2022-09-23T15:38:45+0000

Adding launch window, weather is 20% GO.

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-09-08T15:14:18+0000

Move back to NET September (23rd or 27th), pending decision from Eastern Range on Flight Termination System batteries replacement waiver and Core Stage hydrogen leakage repairs.

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SwGustav

2022-09-03T20:54:06+0000

Delaying to Launch Period 27 pending resolution of hardware issues

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Nosu

2022-09-03T15:19:58+0000

Scrubbed due to a liquid hydrogen leak. Next possible launch opportunity on September 5 between 21:12 and 22:42 UTC.

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spacevogel

2022-08-31T19:55:43+0000

Updated weather forecast

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Nosu

2022-08-30T22:39:56+0000

Setting GO

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Nosu

2022-08-30T22:35:07+0000

Weather approximately 40%

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Nosu

2022-08-30T22:13:16+0000

Now targeting the Saturday, September 3 launch window

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Nosu

2022-08-29T16:24:44+0000

Weather 40% for the September 2 launch opportunity

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Nosu

2022-08-29T12:36:27+0000

Launch scrubbed due to a hydrogen bleed issue with engine #3. Next opportunity on September 2 between 16:48 and 18:48 UTC.

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Nosu

2022-08-29T11:25:05+0000

Countdown on hold due to a hydrogen bleed issue with engine #3.

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Jay

2022-08-28T12:55:03+0000

Weather 80% at the opening of the window, 60% towards the end

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SwGustav

2022-08-25T13:50:19+0000

Updating weather

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Jay

2022-08-10T19:15:04+0000

Setting GO

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-07-20T15:15:25+0000

NET August 29

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Nosu

2022-06-25T21:09:19+0000

Adding launch window and setting TBC.

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Nosu

2022-06-15T18:47:49+0000

NET August 23

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-04-28T18:47:50+0000

NET August

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Nosu

2022-04-20T17:50:32+0000

NET June 29

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Nosu

2022-03-25T22:02:53+0000

NET June 6 16:48 - 18:48 UTC

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SwGustav

2022-02-24T20:10:14+0000

Moving to May window per media update

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Nosu

2022-02-02T13:55:55+0000

NET April 2022

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Nosu

2022-02-01T21:12:07+0000

Rollout delayed, moving to TBD March

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Jay

2022-01-18T16:12:00+0000

NET March 20.

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Nosu

2021-12-20T17:04:41+0000

NET March 12-27 due to a malfunctioning computer in one of the main engines.

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Nosu

2021-10-22T17:37:43+0000

First launch opportunity February 12, 2022 between 22:56 and 23:17 UTC.

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Nosu

2021-10-22T17:11:54+0000

Launch NET February 2022

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Artemis

The Artemis program is a US government-funded crewed spaceflight program that has the goal of landing "the first woman and the next man" on the Moon, specifically at the lunar south pole region by 2024.

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NASA clears Artemis moon rocket for Wednesday launch

2022-11-13T07:36:54+0000

Spaceflight Now

Engineers assessing hurricane-damaged insulation before Artemis launch Wednesday

2022-11-11T23:06:58+0000

SpaceNews

NASA moving ahead with Nov. 16 Artemis 1 launch attempt

2022-11-11T22:47:00+0000

NASA

NASA Sets New Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission Launch

2022-11-11T22:28:28+0000

Arstechnica

NASA says its SLS rocket is good to go for a launch attempt next Wednesday

2022-11-11T16:57:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Brief Status of Artemis I Moon Mission Today

2022-11-11T12:17:00+0000

SpaceNews

NASA investigating “very minor” Artemis hurricane damage

2022-11-10T15:10:38+0000

Arstechnica

NASA leaves its Artemis I rocket exposed to winds above design limits

2022-11-10T14:26:54+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA assesses moon rocket after a brush with Hurricane Nicole

2022-11-09T17:39:09+0000

Spaceflight Now

Watch live: Hurricane force wind gusts detected at Artemis 1 launch pad

2022-11-08T13:44:20+0000

Arstechnica

NASA will leave its $4.1 billion rocket outside as Nicole approaches Florida

2022-11-08T03:39:09+0000

Spaceflight Now

First launch of NASA’s Artemis moon rocket slips to Nov. 16

2022-11-08T00:39:15+0000

SpaceNews

Tropical storm delays next Artemis 1 launch attempt

2022-11-07T20:19:11+0000

Spaceflight Now

Subtropical Storm Nicole delays SpaceX launch; Artemis 1 rocket stays on pad

2022-11-04T19:59:10+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket back on pad 39B for nighttime launch attempt

2022-11-04T18:29:00+0000

NASA

NASA Sets Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission Launch

2022-11-04T11:49:10+0000

NASASpaceflight

SLS returns to LC-39B for next Artemis I launch opportunity

2022-11-04T11:00:31+0000

Arstechnica

Rocket Report: SLS boosters may expire in December; Blue Origin delivers the BE-4s

2022-11-04T03:09:13+0000

SpaceNews

SLS returns to the pad for next Artemis launch attempt

2022-11-03T20:09:10+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket ready for ride back to launch pad

2022-10-28T16:49:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Provide Update on Artemis I Moon Mission

2022-10-28T11:29:14+0000

SpaceNews

Next Artemis 1 launch attempt on schedule for mid-November

2022-10-13T13:50:21+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA targets Nov. 14 for next Artemis launch attempt

2022-10-13T10:20:10+0000

SpaceNews

Artemis 1, ispace lander set November launch dates

2022-10-13T06:20:35+0000

Teslarati

SpaceX, NASA targeting separate Moon launches days apart

2022-10-12T16:40:30+0000

Arstechnica

NASA says the Artemis I mission will be ready to launch in one month

2022-10-02T00:50:12+0000

SpaceNews

NASA pushes back Artemis 1 launch to November

2022-10-01T22:20:05+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA rules out launch of Artemis 1 moon rocket before mid-November

2022-09-27T13:21:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Provide Media Update on Artemis I Rollback

2022-09-26T16:50:06+0000

Spaceflight Now

Hurricane Ian prompts NASA to move Artemis moon rocket back to its hangar

2022-09-26T15:58:54+0000

Arstechnica

NASA makes the call to protect its Artemis I mission from Hurricane Ian

2022-09-26T15:30:11+0000

SpaceNews

SLS to roll back to VAB as hurricane approaches Florida

2022-09-24T21:20:13+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA waves off Tuesday launch for Artemis moon rocket

2022-09-24T16:10:59+0000

SpaceNews

NASA postpones Artemis 1 launch because of tropical storm

2022-09-24T15:35:18+0000

Arstechnica

NASA cancels Artemis I launch attempt but delays roll back decision

2022-09-23T21:06:42+0000

Arstechnica

NASA seems to be in full “send it” mode for the Artemis I mission

2022-09-22T21:10:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Provide Media Update on Demonstration Test, Artemis I Mission

2022-09-21T13:20:06+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA completes cryogenic tanking test on Artemis 1 moon rocket

2022-09-20T11:30:12+0000

SpaceNews

NASA set for “kinder, gentler” SLS tanking test

2022-09-16T19:20:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Televise Artemis I Demonstration Test, Host Media Call

2022-09-13T09:51:05+0000

SpaceNews

Artemis 1 launch plans slip again

2022-09-09T11:00:57+0000

Arstechnica

Rocket Report: SLS launch targeted for late September, unique view of Falcon 9

2022-09-08T22:11:06+0000

SpaceNews

NASA preparing for late September Artemis 1 launch attempt

2022-09-08T17:12:52+0000

NASASpaceflight

NASA discusses path to SLS repairs as launch uncertainty looms for September, October

2022-09-08T05:21:01+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA officials evaluating late September launch dates for Artemis 1 moon mission

2022-09-07T21:31:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Discuss Status of Next Artemis I Moon Mission Launch Attempt

2022-09-07T17:31:03+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA to repair Artemis 1 moon rocket’s leaky hydrogen connector at launch pad

2022-09-06T01:21:12+0000

SpaceNews

NASA to repair SLS liquid hydrogen leak on the pad

2022-09-03T22:38:27+0000

Arstechnica

Years after shuttle, NASA rediscovers the perils of liquid hydrogen

2022-09-03T17:41:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Provide Artemis I Launch Update Saturday

2022-09-03T15:41:16+0000

SpaceNews

Second Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed

2022-09-03T15:15:52+0000

Arstechnica

NASA scrubs second attempt to launch Artemis I after hydrogen leak [Updated]

2022-09-03T00:30:33+0000

NASASpaceflight

SLS teams scrub second launch attempt for Artemis I as hydrogen leaks persist

2022-09-03T00:11:10+0000

Spaceflight Now

Hydrogen leak delays moonshot by at least several weeks

2022-09-02T17:21:03+0000

Spaceflight Now

Lunar demo mission to provide ‘stress test’ for NASA’s Artemis moon program

2022-09-02T08:11:21+0000

SpaceNews

Countdown begins for second Artemis 1 launch attempt

2022-09-02T02:11:10+0000

Spaceflight Now

Giant solar sail will propel tiny spacecraft to intercept and study asteroid

2022-09-02T00:51:04+0000

Spaceflight Now

Italian microsatellite promises orbital photo bonanza after Artemis 1 launch

2022-09-01T16:11:15+0000

Spaceflight Now

Video: Replay of Artemis 1 wet dress rehearsal, now with countdown audio

2022-09-01T02:31:09+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA proceeding with Saturday launch attempt for Artemis 1 moon mission

2022-08-31T17:41:00+0000

NASA

NASA Sets Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission Next Launch Attempt

2022-08-31T13:41:11+0000

Arstechnica

A faulty sensor may have scrubbed the launch of NASA’s massive SLS rocket

2022-08-30T04:31:09+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA targets Saturday for next moon rocket launch attempt

2022-08-30T02:11:24+0000

SpaceNews

Next Artemis 1 launch attempt set for Sept. 3

2022-08-29T22:51:12+0000

Spaceflight Now

SLS launch scrubbed after weather delay, engine cooling issue

2022-08-29T21:11:20+0000

SpaceNews

NASA continues to study issues that caused Artemis 1 launch scrub

2022-08-29T20:51:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Provide Update on Artemis I Moon Mission Status

2022-08-29T19:42:00+0000

NASA

NASA Waves Off First Artemis I Launch Attempt

2022-08-29T19:39:01+0000

Arstechnica

Warning sign? NASA never finished a fueling test before today’s SLS launch attempt

2022-08-29T16:01:00+0000

NASA

NASA Waves Off First Artemis I Launch Attempt, to Provide Media Update

2022-08-29T12:51:20+0000

SpaceNews

First Artemis 1 launch attempt scrubbed

2022-08-29T12:47:33+0000

NASASpaceflight

SLS scrubs first Artemis I launch attempt

2022-08-29T11:40:03+0000

Arstechnica

NASA scrubs first SLS launch attempt due to engine issue [Updated]

2022-08-28T21:51:15+0000

SpaceNews

SLS ready for long-delayed first launch

2022-08-28T00:41:12+0000

Spaceflight Now

Photos: Aerial survey of Kennedy Space Center on the eve of Artemis 1

2022-08-28T00:01:04+0000

Spaceflight Now

Artemis 1 flight to moon depends on precision rocket firings to pull off a complex trajectory

2022-08-27T22:51:08+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA’s most powerful rocket poised for launch on Artemis 1 moon mission

2022-08-27T18:21:22+0000

SpaceNews

Countdown for first Artemis 1 launch attempt begins

2022-08-27T14:27:25+0000

NASASpaceflight

Aiming for the Moon: Artemis I countdown begins for historic flight

2022-08-27T01:41:16+0000

Spaceflight Now

Countdown begins for maiden launch of Artemis moon rocket

2022-08-26T19:20:12+0000

NASASpaceflight

Airbus highlights European Service Module work for Artemis

2022-08-26T11:01:19+0000

SpaceNews

Cubesats to hitch rides on Artemis 1

2022-08-26T11:00:27+0000

Arstechnica

Rocket Report: At long last the SLS is ready, Alpha gets a launch date

2022-08-25T22:56:45+0000

NASASpaceflight

Work on Orion capsules continue as Artemis I prepares to launch

2022-08-25T22:11:11+0000

Spaceflight Now

Orion crew module hatch closed for Artemis 1 test flight

2022-08-25T12:01:15+0000

SpaceNews

ESA ready for “historic” Artemis 1 mission

2022-08-24T23:31:20+0000

SpaceNews

Team Miles prepares for inflight test of new thruster technology

2022-08-24T18:13:54+0000

NASASpaceflight

Following in the footsteps of Saturn, SLS prepares for test flight

2022-08-23T11:30:57+0000

Arstechnica

The SLS rocket is the worst thing to happen to NASA—but maybe also the best?

2022-08-23T11:01:19+0000

SpaceNews

Artemis 1 passes flight readiness review

2022-08-23T04:21:09+0000

Spaceflight Now

CubeSats on Artemis 1 to pursue bold missions in deep space, if they overcome battery concerns

2022-08-23T02:21:08+0000

Spaceflight Now

Europe plays key role in NASA’s epic return to the moon

2022-08-22T05:31:08+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA managers give “go” for Artemis 1 launch after flight readiness review

2022-08-22T01:31:13+0000

Spaceflight Now

Final week of Artemis 1 preps include Orion closeouts and booster servicing

2022-08-21T20:31:08+0000

Spaceflight Now

Photos: SLS moon rocket rolls to launch pad

2022-08-21T13:51:08+0000

Spaceflight Now

Three mannequins installed on Orion spacecraft for flight around the moon

2022-08-19T14:41:00+0000

NASA

NASA Sets Launch Coverage for Artemis Mega Moon Rocket, Spacecraft

2022-08-17T22:41:26+0000

SpaceNews

SLS arrives at the pad for Artemis 1 launch

2022-08-17T16:11:18+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket arrives at launch pad for lunar test flight

2022-08-16T18:25:14+0000

NASASpaceflight

SLS arrives at LC-39B for launch, teams prepare for multiple launch trajectories

2022-08-15T18:13:46+0000

Arstechnica

No, seriously, NASA’s Space Launch System is ready to take flight

2022-08-15T15:11:26+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA to move moon rocket to Florida launch pad after destruct system testing

2022-08-13T21:47:31+0000

SpaceNews

NASA, Space Force resolve SLS flight termination system issue

2022-08-10T21:15:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Stream Artemis I Rollout, Briefings on Science, Tech Payloads

2022-08-03T22:31:16+0000

SpaceNews

First SLS launch remains on schedule for late August

2022-07-27T22:10:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Host Briefings to Preview Artemis I Moon Mission

2022-07-27T17:45:30+0000

NASASpaceflight

Orion teams ready for Artemis 1 as pre-launch preparations head into the home stretch

2022-07-21T21:20:00+0000

NASA

NASA to Host Media Activities in Houston Ahead of Lunar Mission

2022-07-20T23:40:10+0000

Spaceflight Now

NASA tentatively targeting Aug. 29 for maiden flight of SLS moon rocket