NASA is preparing for Artemis I, the launch of a Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, along with the Orion spacecraft for astronauts, which is scheduled to explode on August 29. The United States is getting ready to test its flight system. designed to return astronauts to the Moon, decades after it completed the Apollo mission. NASA is preparing for the next generation of astronauts. The agency’s SLS spacecraft is the latest vertical launch system developed by NASA.
Earlier this week, NASA complete a flight readiness assessment for Artemis I launch, ahead of the scheduled test flight on August 29. Flight administrators met at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and confirmed that the mission was ready for launch. The SLS-Orion The spacecraft is expected to explode on Monday.
Artemis I is just the beginning for NASA, and the agency’s test flight was the first in a series of increasingly complex missions. According to NASA, this test flight will provide the foundation for human deep space exploration as they plan to return humans to the Moon and explore more of the lunar surface.
Last week, NASA’s SLS rocket and onion The spacecraft for the Artemis I mission arrived at Kennedy Space Center in Florida after a 10-hour journey that began at NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building.
According to NASA, space agency engineers and engineers are currently working on configuring systems at the launch pad before launch. The SLS-Orion spacecraft is scheduled to launch on Monday at 8:33 a.m. EDT (6:03 p.m. IST).
Artemis I will emphasize testing the systems of the SLS-Orion spacecraft as part of NASA’s plan to verify if the system is ready to send astronauts to the moon, a goal that The space agency is aiming for completion by 2025, ahead of plans to send humans to other planets, including Mars.