Priming NASA’s Artemis I for Launch to the Moon


Every element of NASA’s Orion spacecraft, Space Launch System rocket, and ground systems is now at Kennedy Space Center — the final stop on planet Earth before the uncrewed Artemis I mission around the Moon. These critical components are being primed for flight through final assembly, stacking, and fueling operations. The first in a series of increasingly complex missions, the Artemis I flight test will provide a foundation for human deep space exploration, and demonstrate our commitment and capability to extend human existence to the Moon and beyond.

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Producer: Barb Zelon, Aly Lee, and Lisa Allen
Writer & Director: Paul Wizikowski
Editor: Phil Sexton
Music by: Eric Land

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  1. Just think there is no war between countries no competition between them but to work together as One Earth space organization ."Basudhaiv kutumbkam" (Ancient sanskrita word)Means whole world 🌎 is One Family 👪 ❤ ♥ 💖 💕 💗

  2. Its disgusting how NASA always says we'll be landing here by 20–, then they fails fro 30 years. This isn't about safety, its laziness. YOU Think these morons actually landed on the moon?

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