The Artemis 1 mission will go into lunar orbit in 2022 and will be able to carry your name in its internal data.
Despite its multiple delays and lack of budget, NASA continues to work on Artemis , humanity’s return mission to the Moon for the next few years and in 2022 the first of them, Artemis 1, will be launched, and it will be able to do so with your name .
NASA has opened a form to be able to send our name and surname inside the Orion capsule , which will orbit the Moon this year as part of the tests.
To do this, we must go to this link , where we must fill in our data to access it. The deadline is June 14.
Gate closing time: 4pm ET (20:00 UTC) June 14, 2022
This is your final boarding call to send your name to the Moon with #Artemis I. Get your boarding pass here: https://t.co/9tS402d9VO
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— NASA (@NASA) June 13, 2022
Artemis 1 to the Moon
Artemis 1 relies on the SLS rocket and the Orion capsule .
The SLS will launch Orion into lunar orbit on its first try, without any humans on board.
Orion will make several orbits around the Moon, coming within just 100 kilometers of its surface. He will then return to Earth. The entire mission will last one week.
Barring further delays, the Artemis I mission plans to take off between April and May. After that, Artemis II will carry passengers into lunar orbit before the ultimate test: the first human landing on the Moon in decades with Artemis III. Of course, this is not expected until 2025 at least.