NASA has launched the first flight of the Artemis I mission this Wednesday, November 16.
Scientists at the US space agency have given the go-ahead for takeoff following the presence of two failures, a hydrogen leak in the refueling stage and another problem in the SLS rocket’s Ethernet cable.
The program includes establishing a permanent lunar base, mining lunar resources, and deep space exploration. On the other hand, Artemis I is the first mission that will return humans to the Moon thanks to the SLS rocket and the Orion spacecraft. finally we can say that The program has started its mission to return to the Moon,
Questions and answers about the Artemis mission
During the flight, Orion will launch on a rocket and travel 450,000 km from Earth and 64,000 km from the far side of the satellite.
Unmanned test if all goes according to plan Orion will land on December 11, 2022 in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of San Diego (United States).
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