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Several dignitaries will also attend the launch of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. flowing from New statement from NASA.
In particular, e.g. Chris Evans, Jack Black or KK Palmer should come. Josh Grobin and Herbie Hancock sing together Star Spangled Banner, That is the national anthem of America.
Other attractions include a scheduled performance by the Philadelphia Orchestra with renowned American cellist, virtuoso and composer Yo-Yo Ma.
Since the last update, a video has surfaced on the Internet showing how the SLS delivered the LC-39B to the launch pad. Although the rocket only had to travel a distance of 6.8 km, the entire operation took about 10 hours:
Let’s add that you can watch the start live with Czech commentary by Dušan Majar. We will let you know the details in due course.
Miss Artemis I
In this regularly updated article, we follow the progress of the Artemis I mission, in which the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will launch the Orion spacecraft into space. Then it must circle the moon and return to Earth.
SLS will also carry a cubesat with yeast
August 19 | As part of the Artemis I mission, the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will also carry a CubeSat called BioSentinel, which will contain hundreds of different strains of yeast.
This CubeSat will orbit the Sun (following an Earth-like path) to study the effects of solar radiation on life forms that have left our planet’s magnetic field.
“BioSentinel is the first of its kind,” stated Matthew Napoli, project manager at the Ames Research Center in California, said in a NASA statement.
If all goes according to plan, the experiment will provide unprecedented insight into the effects of deep space conditions on life on Earth.
The Moonkin Campos mannequin in the command chair of the Orion spacecraft deserves at least a small mention. You can learn more about her and her work in the following video:
The much-anticipated Artemis I mission will launch on Monday, August 29 (14:33 GMT), during which the new Space Launch System (SLS) superheavy rocket will launch the Orion spacecraft into space.
It will be an unmanned test flight, the main objective of which is to check whether the two named instruments are ready for future trips with a manned crew.
Orion’s mission is to orbit the Moon and then return safely to Earth. They will be on board Two mannequins Helga, built by the Israeli Space Agency, is called Zohar.
According to current information, the SLS has already been moved to the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center. Below you can see how the conveyor belt used to take care of transportation:
The New York Times, however Pointing outfor example, it is still uncertain whether NASA will be able to solve all the technical problems that caused it. Premature termination of so-called “wet public examination”..
Of course, we will continue to monitor preparations for what some consider the most important start of the year.
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