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“This flight paves the way towards landing the first women and the first person of color on the moon” – NASA on Next Launch Artemis-I

Artemis I will be the first in a succession of progressively difficult missions aimed at establishing a long-term human presence on the Moon that will last decades.

The national aeronautical and space administration also popularly known as NASA has come up with an innovative way to inspire people and also gain their excitement over its next launch Artemis I.

Artemis I would be the first uncrewed flight test of space suttle system rocket and Orion spacecraft.

“This flight paves the way towards landing the first women and the first person of color on the moon,” says NASA.

NASA spoke person Kathryn Hambleton has informed that “we hope to get people excited and to bring them along and inspire the next generation, The Artemis generation”

He has also added that the submission has started a month ago and NASA has already received one million names they hope to keep the momentum growing a little over a week ago and to gather more names and thus create excitement that even they would join the ride virtually.

The US space agency is aiming for a May or June launch date.
When Orion and the Space Launch System (SLS) lift off for the first time from NASA’s modernized Kennedy Space Center in Florida, all eyes will be on the historic Launch Complex 39B.

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The 30-foot-tall, cone-shaped piece of hardware connects the upper and lower propulsion stages of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.

The adapter also houses the RL10 engine that powers the Interim Cryogenic Propulsion Stage that will send Orion on a precise trajectory to the Moon.

NASA intends to construct lunar homes and use what it learns there for future expeditions to Mars in the 2030s.

Observers are delighted that Joe Biden has continued the program started by former President Donald Trump, even if he hasn’t been as outspoken in his support.

With future Mars expeditions planned, it’s not too late to register your name for a chance to be part of the next trip.

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NASA will send supporters a genuine Martian boarding pass.

Fans will also get access to more rover information, instructional resources, and maps.

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