The Artemis programme is bringing humans back to the Moon. It depends heavily on NASA’s Orion spacecraft that consists of a crew module and the European Service Module, which will provide propulsion, life support, environmental control and electrical power. Main contractor Airbus has just been green-lighted by ESA to develop a third European Service Module.
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See the European Service Modules taking humankind forward to the Moon
Artemis I – European Service Module perspective
Preparing Orion for thermal vacuum testing
Antonov takeoff with first European Service Module
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