Artemis I: NASA’s Plans to Travel Beyond the Moon

Artemis 1 will be the first integrated test of NASA’s deep space exploration systems: the Orion spacecraft, Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and the ground systems at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The first in a series of increasingly complex missions, Artemis I will be an uncrewed flight test that will provide a foundation for human deep space exploration, and demonstrate our commitment and capability to extend human existence to the Moon and beyond.

During this flight, the spacecraft will launch on the most powerful rocket in the world and fly farther than any spacecraft built for humans has ever flown. It will travel 280,000 miles from Earth, thousands of miles beyond the Moon over the course of about a three-week mission. Orion will stay in space longer than any ship for astronauts has done without docking to a space station and return home faster and hotter than ever before.

With this first exploration mission, NASA is leading the next steps of human exploration into deep space where astronauts will build and begin testing the systems near the Moon needed for lunar surface missions and exploration to other destinations farther from Earth, including Mars.

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  1. I wonder how long Artemis will last once StarShip is online ? Excited but it’s just a rehash of `Apollo many decades later…NASA is capable of so much more.

  2. SLS is already dead. Hope it gets abandoned as soon as possible. Also, this is not NASA nor the USA, it’s the USA AND its INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS. (Europe, Japan, Canada…)

  3. Videos like this are not good. They give Americans the feeling they're doing everything alone, while Artenis is an association of numerous international space agencies

  4. People talking about Europe being apart of it don’t know nasa is a American Government Organization 100% funded and created by the government and having government authority. Europe has nothing to do with this.

  5. When going to mars they should send a convoy enough to send a shipment by weekly ,it would be a series of launches maybe other crews will be going in all that its gonna be total recall man

  6. Just one genuine question. This program is meant to get us to the moon inorder to create a sustainable system on it.

    Q: how will this affect the earth's climates, being that the moon plays a key role in it?

  7. I have dreamed and live for this day to happen we are explorers on earth now we continue and trace ourselves back to planets we once travel millions of years ago

  8. "this is America going to the moon"

    Next sentence.

    "provided by the European space agency"

    America isn't going to the moon, we are going to the moon.

  9. Off topic – what pisses me off is that Congress is busy giving away trillions of dollars.  But they refuse to fully fund NASA with about 3 billion. Fyi – 1,000 billion makes a trillion.  Here we go again

  10. I don't have much faith in Nasa. They have been yakking their jaws for decades. Now there is a new kid on the block and the only way Nasa gets to the moon is with his help.

  11. I watched an individual's channel explain The Artemis Project in two separate videos, each over 10 minutes long.
    Could NASA put on a more comprehensive explanation of this project?
    I found two NASA videos each under 3 minutes long, which was a disappointment for such an important and historical mIssion.

  12. It will take many trips and lives to complete become an interplanetary species. But we will get it done. Many will risk their lives to each phase and test. Knowing theres probably no way back at some point. Will that stop goals?


  13. So, why does it take today's most powerful rocket in the world to do what was done 50 years ago with a Saturn 5? Maybe because they never really did what they claim to have done 50 years ago?

  14. I always find it strange that we've never been back to the moon the technology we have now is far better then it was when they supposedly went the last time. why has it taken them this long to go back surly it should be much easier now with the technology they have

  15. If NASA had technology to make man step on Moon in year 1969 itself why it took 50+ years to send second mission.

    NASA: First mission was part of April Fool…..

  16. I love my country, because even when we get it wrong we usually correct where we are headed. The investments in space should have improved when we went to the moon, but they only seemed to have decreased. I heard (not sure if it's true) it costs each taxpayer around 1 dollar to fund nasa, with the stuff they have been responsible for injecting back into the country is huge in impact. We should fund them more especially with space x having a domestic rocket supply.

  17. This is supposed to excite? We have landed rovers on mars and traveling 30000 miles past the moon is impressive? Really? WTF is going on here? Is this some kind of sick joke. Why are they not landing a rover on the surface?

  18. This is an entire USA project!
    Taiwan: Enters Chat
    China: Enters Chat
    Europe: Enters Chat

    LOL 😂
    Nothing is more American then getting everyone else to do it lol 😂

  19. Would it be possible to use a much smaller and lighter craft and float it above the stratosphere and out of the earths atmosphere and into the exosphere using a super massive f*%k-off hydrogen balloon system?🧐

  20. These quick info video,s are so fast to get dizzy of it , to be falling off the record. Did NASA lost the contact with the common men ? The music is a attemt to please some spoiled kids , its disturbing .


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