NASA’s Artemis 2 mission is scheduled to launch in November 2024. It is considered an important step in man’s return to the moon.
NASA has named four people who will fly around the moon on the Artemis 2 mission next year: NASA astronaut Christina Koch and her colleagues Victor Glover and Reed Wiseman, and Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen. They will be the first people to approach the Moon since the last Apollo mission astronauts set foot on the lunar surface in 1972, NASA announced Monday.
The Artemis 2 mission is currently scheduled to launch in November 2024. This will be the first crewed launch of Artemis after the successful test of the Artemis 1 mission in December. The unmanned capsule “Orion” traveled about 1.4 million miles through space, circled the moon and landed in space in the Pacific Ocean after about 26 days. You have collected important data.
The unmanned test mission was seen as an important step for returning humans to the Moon, with the long-term goal of a trip to Mars. About a year after “Artemis 2,” another manned flight will follow including a moon landing with “Artemis 3.” The Artemis programme, named after the Greek goddess of the moon, aims to land a woman and a non-white person on the moon for the first time. The European Space Agency (ESA) and space agencies from several other countries are participating in Artemis.
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