Artemis I

News from space

Down Planning Dashboard Space.com Spaceflight now Space Space scitech daily SpaceX on X Up The Pioneering Years of Spaceflight: A Journey to the Stars IntroductionThe first years of spaceflight mark a momentous era in human history, characterized by bold ambitions, technological leaps, and extraordinary achievements. From the launch of the first artificial satellite to the […]

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Artemis I trajectory

Artemis I trajectory Space dashboard Basics 1 Basics 2 Artemis I trajectory burns Artemis I trajectory animation Blue = the Earth Green = the Moon Purple = Artemis I Date Artemis I speed Artemis I distance from the Moon Artemis I DRO trajectory Reentry Artemis I targeted landing site near Guadalupe Island Artemis I landing

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ESA European Space Agency

ESA European Space Agency Space dashboard ESA, the European Space Agency is an intergovernmental organisation of 22 member states dedicated to the exploration of space. Established in 1975 and headquartered in Paris. Participating countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain,

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NASA webcams

NASA webcams Space dashboard Space live webcams mosaic Webcams NASA, the Range, Kennedy Space Center (KSC FL), Mission Control (Houston TX), Artemis missions, launch pads, live webcams. Streams: NASA Live: Official Stream, NASA Live: Official Stream Media Channel, Space Flight Now (SFN), NASA Spaceflight.com, KSC Newsroom, NASA, The Launch Pad 1, The Launch Pad 2, Vulga-Space

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Artemis launch contraints

Artemis launch contraints Space dashboard Range contraints To launch a rocket or a Space Shuttle from Florida’s Space Coast takes teamwork from two distinct federal agencies — NASA at Kennedy Space Center FL and the U.S. Air Force at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. A primary example of that teamwork is the development and operation

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Artemis I

Artemis I Space dashboard On Artemis I, engineers are testing several aspects of the Orion spacecraft needed for deep space missions with crew, including its highly capable propulsion system to maintain its course with precision and ensure its crew can get home, communication and navigation systems to maintain contact with the ground and orient the

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Artemis Orion components

Artemis Orion components Space dashboard Orion Crew Module (CM): Four astronauts, cargo, from launch to landing, the only part that lands back on Earth. 10,387 kg. Orion Crew Module Adaptor (CMA): Connects electrical, data and fluid systems between the main modules, contains electronic equipment for communications, power and control. Orion Service Module (SM): Provides electricity,

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Artemis I sequence of events

Artemis I sequence of events Space dashboard End of page Rollout to the pad (Date) 01-10-2022 Artemis launch contraints (including rollout contraints). 27-10-2022 Call for rollout. 28-10-2022 Poll Go/No for rollout. SLS on Mobile Launcher Platform (MLP) leaving the VAB for Launch Pad 39B with Crawler Transporter (CT). It takes about 8 hours from the

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Artemis progress

Artemis progress (from old to new) Space dashboard 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2011 Artemis completed 00-00-2011 Super heavy-lift expendable launch vehicle under development by NASA. 2014 Artemis completed 05-12-2014 Orion’s Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1). Orion launched on a Delta IV Heavy (3 boosters). 2017 Artemis completed 00-00-2017 Start of a program to return to

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Artemis I images

Artemis I images Space dashboard Artemis I: SLS (Space Launch System) Space Launch System (SLS) sheet 1 Space Launch System (SLS) sheet 2 Artemis I: Orion (CM + CMA + SM) Orion (CM + CMA + SM) sheet 1 Orion (CM + CMA + SM) sheet 2 Orion cameras Artemis I: Components 1. Launch Abort

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