Artemis II is all set for Moon Mission

Artemis II is all set for moon mission

Artemis II is all set for Moon Mission

Artemis II is all set for moon mission. The Artemis II is ready for the mission around the moon through T-38 flight training at Ellington Airfield in Houston, USA.

T-38 jet can hold two crew members and reach the maximum speed of Mach 1.2, which makes the jet T-38 faster than the speed of sound.

Furthermore going with the abilities of the T-38, according to NASA, it can fly to heights of 50,000 feet, approximately 15,240 meters. Its use is for aerobatic maneuvers, aiding astronauts in adapting to unconventional orientations they may encounter in space.

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NASA will be sending four astronauts for this mission. Reid Wiseman, Victor Glover, Christina Hammock Koch, and Jeremey Hansen are among them. NASA reported that the first crewed mission back to the moon will set the tone. They are looking forward to maintaining a long-term presence on the lunar surface with Artemis II. Artemis II is all set for moon mission with its fly date on Nov 2024.

Artemis I was NASA’s first test flight for deep space exploration. It included the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, aimed to ensure a safe crew module return. This mission also carried 10 small satellites for various investigations and laid the groundwork for human exploration beyond the Moon. It was a significant step for the space industry, fostering economic growth and technological advancements across the U.S.

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