NASA Intv Opportunity: Record-Breaking Artemis I Mission will Splashdown on Dec. 11th Live Shots
NASA’s Artemis I Conclusion Sets the Stage for Future Moon MissionsHistoric Moon Mission Prepares For Final Leg Of It’s Journey This Weekend
NASA’s Orion spacecraft is nearing the end of a historic journey beyond the Moon this weekend. The spacecraft made one final close approach above the Moon’s surface on Monday, Dec 5th and fired its engines to set it on a course back to Earth. On Sunday, Dec. 11 at approximately 9:40 a.m. PST the Orion capsule will splashdown in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California, marking the end of NASA’s first flight test of the new spacecraft and new Mega Moon rocket. Although uncrewed, the Artemis I mission has broken records and set the stage for a new era of crewed missions to the Moon and a long-term lunar presence.
For more information about Artemis I, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/artemis-1
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Almost a month ago, NASA launched the Artemis I mission as a major step in its efforts to send humans to the Moon. On Sunday, that mission is returning to Earth after checking out how the spacecraft performs thousands of miles beyond the Moon. Here to discuss this historic mission and what comes next is NASA expert XX.
Artemis I has been a big step toward getting people back to the Moon, why is that important?
What did you think when you saw the images Artemis I has captured of the moon over the past weeks?
What will a successful splashdown on Sunday mean for you and your work?
What’s next for Artemis?
Where can our viewers learn more about all the elements of Artemis and keep up to date on splashdown?
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