NASA Artemis I mission will soon send people’s names to the moon using a flash drive. As of the moment, the actual launch of the international space union’s upcoming mission is not yet confirmed.
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NASA’s Ares 1-X test rocket lifs off from launch pad 39-b at the Kennedy Space Center October 28, 2009 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA has designed the Ares to be the replacement to the aging space shuttle fleet.
“Artemis I will be the first uncrewed flight test of the Space Launch System rocket and the Orion spacecraft,” said NASA.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said that the new Artemis I mission is a big deal since it will send the first woman, as well as the first person-of-color, to Earth’s natural satellite.
NASA Artemis I Mission To Send Your Name To Moon
According to NASA Gov‘s latest report, people can actually include their names in a flash drive of NASA that will be sent to the moon by Artemis I mission.
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NASA employee holds the official Artemis mission patch at NASA Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio on March 14, 2020. – NASA held a special event for media and VIP’s to showcase the new Orion Spacecraft. (Photo by Brad LEE / AFP)
To do this, all you need to do is follow the simple guide below:
- The first thing you need to do is visit NASA’s official Artemis I mission website or just click this link.
- After that, scroll down until you reach the sign-up section.
- Once you are there, just provide your first and last name, as well as your area code.
- Click submit to move forward. After that, you will be directed to your official NASA Artemis I Mission ticket.
Once you have the ticket, you will see many details, such as the spacecraft and launch vehicle that will be used.
Artemis I Mission’s Other Details
Space.Com reported that NASA’s Artemis I mission will debut the space agency’s new SLS (Space Launch System) mega-rocket.
This new spacecraft is specifically developed to bring astronauts to the moon and other space destinations. On the other hand, SLS is expected to be tested in Mar. 17 in NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.
The upcoming test will put the spacecraft through different scenarios that it will likely experience once it’s launched.
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