Does the Moon inspire you to think creatively or wonder about the mysteries of the universe?
NASA will soon be launching Artemis I, the first flight test of the integrated Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. Artemis I will fly 40,000 miles beyond the Moon and back, demonstrating our capability to send humans to lunar orbit on the second flight test, Artemis II.
These flight tests will pave the way a new generation of highly talented and diverse corps of astronauts — including the first woman and the first person of color to step foot on the lunar surface during future Artemis missions.
During the Artemis I mission, the Orion spacecraft’s internal and external cameras will capture views of Earth and the Moon as it travels between the two. Are you excited to see some of these Moon Snaps? How about sharing some of your own Moon-inspired art?
In anticipation of this monumental milestone, NASA wants to see, hear, and experience all of your Moon-inspired content — your Moon photographs, your Moon music, your Moon recipes, your Moon nail art, your Moon makeup tutorials. The sky is not the limit!
Learn more about #NASAMoonSnap: nasa.gov/nasamoonsnap
Learn more about the Artemis I mission: nasa.gov/specials/artemis-i
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