Artemis

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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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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Orion Test Booster | Ascent Abort-2

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SLS Block 1 | Artemis-1

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Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

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SLS Block 1 | Artemis-2

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SLS Block 1 | Artemis-3

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SLS Block 1B | Artemis-4

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SLS Block 1B | Artemis-5

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2021-01-17T01:00:00+0000

NASA will host a press conference on the results of the SLS Green Run Hot Fire. The test was aborted approximately 1 minute into an 8 minute hot fire.

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2021-08-05T18:30:00+0000

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NASA will conduct an RS-25 engine test on the A-1 Test Stand 19:20 UTC at the Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

NASA Artemis-1 Update

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NASA is holding a teleconference to update media on the Artemis-1 mission.

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2022-02-08T20:57:04+0000

NASA will conduct an RS-25 engine test on the A-1 Test Stand around 20:57 UTC at the Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

RS-25 Engine Test

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Artemis-1 Status Update

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Artemis-1 Rollout and Wet Dress Rehearsal Media Briefing

2022-03-14T21:30:00+0000

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2022-03-17T21:45:00+0000

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NASA Astronaut Moon Landers Strategy Media Teleconference

2022-03-23T19:30:00+0000

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Artemis-1 WDR Abort Update

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2022-04-05T20:00:00+0000

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Artemis-1 WDR Update

2022-04-15T19:00:00+0000

NASA will provide an update on the Artemis-1 SLS wet dress rehearsal.

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2022-05-27T16:00:00+0000

NASA will hold a media teleconference to discuss the status of the next wet dress rehearsal test of the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida ahead of the uncrewed Artemis I lunar mission.

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2022-06-06T04:15:00+0000

NASA will roll out their Space Launch System (SLS) rocket back to LC-39B, where it will perform a wet dress rehearsal (WDR) which involves loading the vehicle with propellants and taking the vehicle through the countdown to ignition where the countdown is halted. The rollout is expected to take around 11 hours, and will utilize an upgraded crawler transporter - the same system its predecessors (Space Shuttle, Ares, Saturn, etc.) used.

Artemis-1 Pre-WDR #2 Media Teleconference

2022-06-15T15:00:00+0000

NASA will hold a media teleconference ahead of the next wet dress rehearsal test of the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida ahead of the uncrewed Artemis I lunar mission.

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2022-06-20T20:30:00+0000

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Artemis-1 Post-WDR #2 Media Teleconference

2022-06-21T15:00:00+0000

NASA will hold a media teleconference after the second wet dress rehearsal test of the agency’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida ahead of the uncrewed Artemis I lunar mission.

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2022-06-24T15:00:00+0000

NASA will hold a media teleconference to discuss next steps for the Artemis I mission with the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Artemis-1 SLS Rollback #2

2022-07-02T08:12:00+0000

NASA will roll the Artemis-1 SLS rocket back to the Vehicle Assembly Building to prepare it for launch.

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