Mission experts for NASA’s #Artemis I mission around the Moon go over the details and mission timeline—from pre-launch to splashdown—of the four-to-six-week flight test that will demonstrate the capabilities of the Space Launch System (SLS) Moon rocket and Orion capsule. Briefing participants:
• Debbie Korth, Orion program deputy manager, NASA Johnson
• Rick LaBrode, lead Artemis I flight director, NASA Johnson
• Judd Frieling, Artemis I ascent/entry flight director, NASA Johnson
• Melissa Jones, Artemis I recovery director, NASA Kennedy
• Reid Wiseman, chief astronaut, NASA Johnson
• Philippe Deloo, Orion European Service Module program manager, ESA (European Space Agency)
Currently targeted to launch no earlier than Monday, Aug. 29, the SLS rocket will send the uncrewed Orion spacecraft around the Moon and back to Earth to check out spacecraft systems before crew fly aboard on Artemis II. The Artemis I mission is one more step toward taking the next giant leap: sending the first astronauts to Mars.
Get all the info on this historic mission: https://nasa.gov/specials/artemis-i
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Artemis I Briefing with NASA Leadership
Artemis I Post-Launch News Conference (Nov. 16, 2022)
Artemis I Launch Attempt News Update (Sept. 3, 2022)
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