Artemis

Programa Lunar Artemis

  • Data from SLS Flight Prepares NASA for Future Artemis Missions
    por Rachel Kraft el 27 de enero de 2023 a las 20:45

    NASA continues to evaluate data and learn more about the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket’s debut performance during the agency’s Nov. 16 Artemis I launch. Following an initial data assessment and review that determined the SLS rocket met or exceeded all performance expectations, SLS engineers are now taking a closer look at the Moon rocket’s performance to prepare for …

  • Artemis I Orion Spacecraft Returns to Kennedy Space Center
    por Madison Tuttle el 30 de diciembre de 2022 a las 21:18

    After its 1.4-million-mile mission beyond the Moon and back, the Orion spacecraft for the Artemis I mission arrived back at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Dec. 30. The capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on Dec. 11 and was transported by truck across the country from Naval Base San Diego in California to Kennedy’s Multi …

  • Artemis I Orion Spacecraft Departs Naval Base San Diego 
    por Antonia Jaramillo Botero el 21 de diciembre de 2022 a las 20:26

    The Artemis I Orion spacecraft is on its way back to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.  After completing a 25.5-day, 1.4-million-mile journey beyond the Moon and back Dec. 11, the spacecraft was recovered from the Pacific Ocean and transported to U.S. Naval Base San Diego, where engineers prepared the spacecraft for its trek by …

  • Artemis I Update: Orion Offloaded from USS Portland in Preparation for Transport to Kennedy Space Center
    por Tiffany Fairley el 14 de diciembre de 2022 a las 22:48

    Team members with NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems program successfully removed the Artemis I Orion spacecraft from the USS Portland Dec. 14, after the ship arrived at U.S. Naval Base San Diego a day earlier. The spacecraft successfully splashed down Dec. 11 in the Pacific Ocean west of Baja California after completing a 1.4 million-mile journey …

  • Artemis I Update: Orion Secured Inside USS Portland Ahead of Return to Shore  
    por Antonia Jaramillo Botero el 11 de diciembre de 2022 a las 23:53

    The Orion spacecraft has been secured in the well deck of the USS Portland. The ship will soon begin its trip back to U.S. Naval Base San Diego, where engineers will remove Orion from the ship in preparation for transport back to Kennedy Space Center in Florida for post-flight analysis.   Upon Orion’s successful splashdown in the Pacific Ocean west of Baja California at 9:40 PST/12:40 EST Dec. 11, flight …

  • Artemis I – Flight Day 26: Orion splashes down, concluding historic Artemis I mission
    por cballart el 11 de diciembre de 2022 a las 18:17

    NASA’s Orion spacecraft successfully completed a parachute-assisted splashdown in the Pacific Ocean at 9:40 PST, 12:40 EST as the final major milestone of the Artemis I mission. Engineers will perform several additional tests while Orion is in the water and before powering down the spacecraft and handing it over to the recovery team aboard the …

  • Artemis I – Flight Day 26: Orion Crew Module Separation From Service Module Complete
    por cballart el 11 de diciembre de 2022 a las 17:01

    The crew module of NASA’s Orion spacecraft has successfully separated from its service module at 11:00 a.m. CST in preparation for the crew module’s return to Earth. The service module will burn up harmlessly in Earth’s atmosphere upon re-entry over the Pacific Ocean. The Artemis I trajectory is designed to ensure any remaining parts do …

  • Watch Live Now: NASA Television Coverage of Orion’s Return to Earth
    por cballart el 11 de diciembre de 2022 a las 16:42

    Live coverage is underway on NASA Television, the agency’s website, and the NASA app for Orion’s return to Earth as part of the 25.5 day Artemis I flight test. The sixth and final return trajectory correction burn occurred at 6:20 a.m. CST Sunday, Dec. 11. During the burn the auxiliary engines fired for 8 seconds, …

  • Artemis I – Flight Day 25: Orion in Home Stretch of Journey
    por Shaneequa Vereen el 11 de diciembre de 2022 a las 00:15

    The Orion spacecraft is on its last full day in space with splashdown off the Baja Coast near Guadalupe Island targeted for 11:39 a.m. CST (12:39 p.m. EST) on Sunday, Dec. 11.  Engineers conducted the final Artemis I in-space developmental flight test objective to characterize temperature impacts on solar array wings from plumes, or exhaust …

  • Artemis I Flight Day 24: Orion Heads Home
    por cballart el 9 de diciembre de 2022 a las 22:22

    Teams in Mission Control Houston conducted spacecraft system checks ahead of Orion’s planned splashdown on Dec. 11, while the Exploration Ground Systems recovery team made its way toward the landing area off the Baja Coast near Guadalupe Island. Flight controllers activated the crew module reaction control system heater and conducted a hot-fire test for each …