NasaTechnology NASA to launch Moon missions series in August by News Line July 22, 2022 written by News Line July 22, 2022 11 views 11 NASA to launch Moon missions series in August According to a statement by the NASA agency on Wednesday, the Artemis program could be launched in August. Artemis-1 Mission The first window of possible launch dates for the Giant Space Launch System (SLS) and the Orion crew capsule were August 29, September 2 and September 5, NASA Associate Administrator Jim Frey told reporters. The decision was made after a final check on Earth at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, known as a “wet dress rehearsal.” The last of those tests, conducted in June, met 90 percent of the team’s goals, and on Wednesday senior manager of vehicle operations, Cliff Lynham said engineers have now replaced the faulty seals. The cause was a hydrogen leak on the SLS during the final trial. Top 10 most powerful passports in the world 2022 UN agency warns heatwaves trend in the World to continue until 2060s due to climate change Artemis mission manager Mike Sarafan told reporters: “Our first and foremost goal is to demonstrate Orion’s heat shield under lunar re-entry conditions.” When the capsule returns from the Moon, it will be traveling at about 24,500 mph (39,400 km/h) and will experience half the temperature of the Sun outside its heat shield. Another objective is to demonstrate the flight ability of the rocket and crew capsule as they perform all their maneuvers during the mission. Finally, NASA will attempt to successfully recover Orion after the splashdown, and conduct a thorough inspection. What is Artemis-1? Artemis-1 is the first in a series of missions as the United States tries to use lessons learned to return humans to the Moon, establish a permanent presence there, and plan a trip to Mars sometime in the 2030s. Artemis-1 is set to travel around the far side of the moon in a four- to the six-week mission, the first ever for astronauts to do so without docking before each spacecraft competes. Before returning home faster and warmer. It will also deploy a number of small satellites called CubeSats to conduct experiments in space. Artemis-2 will be the first crewed test, flying around the moon but not landing, while Artemis-3 will see the first woman and the first person of color touch down on the moon’s south pole. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post The first US case of polio since 2013 has been detected in New York next post Business Books, Getting Started in Currency trading by Michael Duane Archer Related Posts How to Boost Company Morale with Virtual Escape Rooms? July 27, 2023 James Webb Space telescope Detects Supermassive Black Hole July 17, 2023 How to save Electricity bill? 5+ Electricity Bill Saving Tips July 15, 2023 Is OpenAI’s ChatGPT generating false information? Probe launched July 14, 2023 Meta launches Threads — an app aimed to ‘kill’ Twitter July 6, 2023 Space-X mission lifts off including the former NASA astronaut May 22, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.