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NASA’s Orion Spacecraft beats Apollo 13 distance record to become the farthest-traveled Spacecraft Built for Humans

On November 26, at 10:17 a.m. Eastern Time, NASA’s Orion Spacecraft covered a distance of 249,666 miles (401,798 kilometers) from Earth. At this great distance, the spacecraft was able to set a new record, surpassing the previous milestone set by Apollo 13 spacecraft in 1970. But what is unique about this new record? Continue reading …

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NASA Orion Spacecraft Finally Enters moon orbit After Traveling for 10 Days

On November 16, NASA launched the Orion Spacecraft to visit the moon and travel beyond our nearest neighbor. The American Space Agency and the entire world have been looking forward to when the Spacecraft will arrive in the moon’s orbit. On November 25, the Orion spacecraft safely entered the moon’s orbit reaching its primary destination. …

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NASA’s Artemis 1 spacecraft Heads for its Closest flyby on the moon with Apollo 11 lunar soil aboard

Before Artemis 1 spacecraft was launched to visit the moon, NASA officials added four small pieces of on the Orion Spacecraft. These small moon rocks were returned to Earth as part of the lunar sample by Apollo Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. On Monday, November 21, NASA’s Orion Spacecraft made its close …

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Finally, NASA Successfully Launch the Artemis 1 Mission

After NASA officially called off the launch of Artemis 1 launch twice, the American Space Agency is set to launch Artemis 1 mission tonight. Earlier this month, NASA announced that it will be launching the megarocket on November 14. However, this launch was later postponed to November 16 due to some challenges. NASA officials have …

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NASA Officials Confidently Announce a new Launch Date and time for its Artemis 1 moon rocket

After weeks of postponing the launch of the Artemis 1 moon rocket, NASA officials are looking at launching the megarocket to visit the moon by the mid of this month. During a media teleconference held on November 3, NASA officials announced that the American space agency is hoping to launch Artemis 1 moon rocket on …

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NASA Reveals its Plan for Second Moon Landing Mission During Artemis 4 in 2027

After the Apollo 17 mission in 1972, no human has ever reached the lunar surface again. On October 28, Spacenews presented a report revealing how NASA officials are planning to achieve the Second moon landing mission since the 20th century during the Artemis 4 mission. This moon landing mission will follow the Artemis 3 mission …

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Why NASA called off Artemis 1 Launch for the Second time

NASA called off the Artemis 1 launch for the second time this week because of technical issues that may likely disrupt the mission. After the first launch was canceled on August 29, NASA officials corrected the temperature cooling fault and anticipate launching the megarocket earlier today, September 3. However, a fuel leak made NASA cancel …

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NASA Plans the Next Artemis 1 launch on September 3: here’s how to watch it live

Since NASA officially called off its Artemis 1 launch on August 29th, the world has been looking forward to when next the space agency will commence with its space mission to visit the moon. NASA initially planned to launch the Artemis 1 megarocket from Kennedy Space Center on August 29. But after NASA’s engineers discovered …

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NASA Calls Off Artemis 1 Launch and Postpone it to Next Month

In the early hours of August 29th, the world was waiting for the Artemis 1 megarocket to lift off from its launch pad and commence its journey to the moon. However, NASA engineers experienced some technical issues while fueling the Space Launch System (SLS). The engineers noticed that the launch controllers were not able to …

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How the Artemis Space Program Will Open the Door to Colonizing Moon and Mars

Today, August 29, at 12:33 UTC, the Artemis 1 megarocket will lift off from the Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39B to explore the moon and open the door to future Artemis Space Missions. But unlike regular space missions, the Artemis 1 is indeed a special one for humanity. This mission is about to open …

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