Moon Mission: NASA is sending ‘Moon Rocket’ to the Moon today, Artemis-1 ready for launch

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  • It has a 322 feet long launch system Megarocket weighing 2600 tons.
  • Mannequins will go in spacecraft, not crew
  • Will be released from Cape Canaveral Launch Complex in Florida

Moon Mission: NASA’s most powerful space rocket so far is ready to leave Earth and leave for space. NASA is sending its first test flight to space under the Artemis-1 mission. This spacecraft will take off from its Florida launchpad on Monday evening. Orion spacecraft will be sent under the Artemis 1 mission. It has a Deep Space Exploration Capsule for seating up to 6 people. It will have a 322 feet long launch system Megarocket weighing 2600 tonnes. This rocket is ready for first liftoff today. It will be launched from the Cape Canaveral Launch Complex in Florida. The Apollo lunar mission was launched half a century ago. It will be launched from the same Cap Canaveral, from where the Apollo lunar mission was launched half a century ago.

Mannequins will go in spacecraft, not crew

There is a test to send humans to the moon. At present, no crew member will go in it. In Orion, their effigies will be placed in place of humans. This will evaluate NASA next generation spacesuits and radiation levels. The Orion spacecraft will travel around the Moon for about 42 days. If this mission is successful, the first woman and two astronauts will be landed on the South Pole of the Moon by 2025.

Astronauts to land in 2025

NASA will also field a female astronaut on its 2025 mission crew for the first time. Earlier, NASA has also sent humans to the moon under the Apollo mission. Now for the second time he has prepared to send humans to the moon.

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first human to land on the moon

American astronaut Neil Armstrong first landed on the lunar surface on July 20, 1969. Then he was only 38 years old. He was accompanied by another partner, Edwin Aldrin. This vehicle reached space on July 20 after taking off from Earth on July 16. It took four days for this vehicle to reach. This vehicle stayed on the moon for 21 hours 31 minutes and then came back to earth with all the passengers safely. Since then the name of Neil Armstrong has been recorded in the golden letters of history. Neil Armstrong passed away in the year 2012.

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