NASA Artemis Rocket Launch

NASA with Artemis, the World's most powerful rocket ever built is aiming for Moon.


Artemis I is a test flight to the Moon to prepare for Artemis II with Astronauts in 2024. Success of this will decide next biggest mission with Human inside. Last mission to moon was in 1972.

NASA Artemis Launch

Place: NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida When: Monday August 29, 2022 from: 8:33 a.m. EDT to 10:33 a.m.

Days: 42 days, 3 hours, 20 min To: orbit around the Moon Distance: 1.3 million miles Return: Pacific Ocean, off the coast of San Diego Splashdown: Oct. 10, 2022

Interesting Facts: 1. In 42 days Artemis would travel 1.3million miles 2. Its as tall as 322 feet, taller than statue of liberty (305 feet) 3. It had costed $20 billion to develop and launch would cost $4 billion

Credits: NASA Artemis program

Artemis launch live

The launch will be live telecast on: NASA TV News Channels Youtube by NASA

Credits: Maxar Technologies

Inside its carrying Commander Moonikin Campos, Helga, and Zohar. These human-bodied manikins will gather data like impact, environment, radiations etc for future missions.

After 1972, this is the biggest project towards Moon and will make United States of America Proud

To watch it live, orbit revolution videos & images & full details visit NASA Artemis

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