Nasa 2024 is committed to landing American astronauts involving the first woman and the next man
Nasa 2024 will use creative new technologies and systems to penetrate more of the moon than ever before
Now we will show the details about Nasa 2024 Artemis
Nasa will work with their commercial and international partners to create sustainable missions by 2028
Why does Nasa 2024 go to the moon?
Nasa will offer the Artemis program with:
-prove new technologies, capabilities and business approaches needed for future exploration involving mars
-create American leadership and a strategic presence on the moon while expanding our U.S global economic impact
-expand our commercial and international partnerships
-encourage new generation for careers in STEM
How do they get there?
The space launch system, that will send astronauts aboard the Orion spacecraft a quarter-million miles from earth to lunar orbit
Also, astronauts will establish Orion at the gateway where they will go and work around the moon
The team will take missions from the gateway to the surface of the moon in a new human landing system before coming back to the orbital outpost
When will they get there?
Nasa will send a suite of science instruments and technology demonstrations to the lunar surface through commercial moon deliveries
also, Nasa will send two missions around the moon to test its deep space exploration systems
Nasa launched Artemis 1 in 2020, unscrewed flight to test the SLS and Orion spacecraft together
Artemis 2, the first SLS and Orion flight with crew, is targeted for launch in 2022
Astronauts will land on the moon in 2024
What will they do there?
When mars keeping our horizon goal, we have set our sights first on exploring the entire surface of the moon with human and robotic explorers
Also, we will send astronauts to a new location, starting with the lunar south pole
They will some progress such as:
-find and use water and critical resources for long term exploration
-explore the moon’s mysteries and learn about the home planet and the universe
-know and learn about how to live and operate on the surface of another celestial body
-demonstrate the technologies we need before sending astronauts on missions to mars
Where did the name Artemis come from?
Artemis was the twin sister of Apollo and goddess of the moon in Greek mythology
Now she will call the name of Nasa’s program to come back to the lunar surface by 2024
Involving the first woman and the next man