Artemis I launch
The Space Launch System (SLS) rocket with the Orion spacecraft aboard lifted off at 07:47 CET from @NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA on 16 November 2022.
The most powerful rocket ever built sent NASA’s Orion spacecraft and ESA’s European Service Module (ESM) to a journey beyond the Moon and back. No crew will be on board Orion this time, and the spacecraft will be controlled by teams on Earth.
ESM provides for all astronauts’ basic needs, such as water, oxygen, nitrogen, temperature control, power and propulsion.
Much like a train engine pulls passenger carriages and supplies power, the European Service Module will take the Orion capsule to its destination and back.
Learn more about Artemis I: https://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Human_and_Robotic_Exploration/Orion/Artemis_I
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Ok, wow. That detailed launch info was like gold! I could feel the atmosphere thin out and velocity increase at max q. There are definitely some areas for innovation/improvement in large scale launches.
This is true space exploration for mankind. Not private, not commercial, but public for everyone to enjoy and be excited for. GO NASA!
Humans ready to war alien life good nada and esa
Once again humanity stretches it's tiny, fragile hand towards the infinite unknown.
(Should've happened 45 years ago but, eh.. I'll take what I can get.)
Best of luck on the journey yet to go.
Das wird unglaublich 😍
So happy to see America leding the way. Artemis sister to Apollo. Congratulations
Just the nitty-gritty…
Congrats on your part!
It's a Hoaks!
Dans quel pays de l'Union Européenne parlons nous encore anglais, dans la vrai vie ?
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