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Last 50 tweets from @NASAArtemis
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Live Now: NASA and @ESA experts discuss specific objectives for our uncrewed #Artemis I test flight around the Moon.

Set to launch on Aug. 29, the first @NASAArtemis mission is set to last four to six weeks. Discover more:……
NASA: Artemis I
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Vehicle Assembly Building High Bay 3 Platform E was retracted last night. ½ of the platforms are now retracted. Platform K will be retracted tonight, with B, C, E next week, starting on Tues.
Join us today at 11:30 ET for an Artemis I mission briefing at
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Congratulations to @kari2030 and partners on the launch of #KPLO (Danuri), their first lunar exploration mission! KPLO will spend the next 4.5 months traveling to lunar orbit, where its 5 instruments will study the Moon's poles. 📸: @SLDelta45 (1/3)
Great job! The Official Flight Kit aboard @NASA_Orion will contain all of these goodies and even more. Check out what else is flying around the Moon:
When @NASA_Orion travels beyond the Moon during #Artemis I, guess what will fly aboard the Official Flight Kit?
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Yesterday, @NASA's Artemis Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson announced final @NASA_Orion power-up, with hatch closure days away.
@NASA_SLS Upper Stage, Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter, Core Stage Forward Skirt, & engine areas closed out.
Full Video:
When @NASA_Orion travels beyond the Moon during #Artemis I, guess what will fly aboard the Official Flight Kit?
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
How will @NASAArtemis astronauts communicate with Earth from deep space? 👩🏻‍🚀👨🏾‍🚀

Join @NASAEPDC at 7 p.m. EDT for a free webinar to explore a standards-aligned game about deep space communications. Attendees earn a professional development certificate!…
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Live Now: Tune in as agency experts and leaders discuss the big picture of our return to the Moon with #Artemis I.

Learn about our mission objectives and what’s next for @NASAArtemis as we move closer to the launch date:…
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Tune in today at 11AM ET to for the first of two briefings to preview #Artemis I. During today's briefing with @SenBillNelson and others, you can hear about what we are trying to achieve during our flight test. Details:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
A TV first 📺 ! On this date in 1971, the Apollo 15 Lunar Module's ascent from the Moon, with Commander David Scott and Lunar Module Pilot James Irwin on board, was the first to be broadcasted on television.

Read more:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Registration for the next International #ObserveTheMoon Night is now open! 🌓 Join participants around the world for a celebration of lunar science and exploration. This year’s event is on Saturday, October 1.

Learn more & register here:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Smoothing the way for the @NASA_SLS mega Moon rocket, an optical guided motor grader ensures the crawlerway's river rock is a precision depth for Artemis I. Exacting measurements are especially important on the turns. 🚀🌕
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Targeted for no earlier than Aug. 29, @NASA_SLS will lift off from Launch Pad 39B to send @NASA_Orion around the Moon & back to Earth. Join us for a pair of briefings to learn more:

Aug. 3: Mission overview briefing
Aug. 5: Detailed mission briefing
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
“Guess what we just found! I think we found what we came for.”

#OTD in 1971, Apollo 15 Commander David Scott told Mission Control that he and James Irwin had found an ancient Moon rock, later dated to 4 billion years old and named the Genesis Rock.

NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
As @NASA's mega Moon rocket prepares for its first launch at @NASAKennedy, learn how the SLS rocket was designed and how it will play a vital role in the #Artemis era of space exploration.

Learn more at

#Artemis #NASA #SLS #SpaceLaunchSystem #NASASLS
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Moon Rover v. Lunar Roving Vehicle

Our water-hunting VIPER Moon rover will be our first resource mapping mission on another celestial body — very different from the "Moon Buggy" that was first used by Apollo 15 #OTD in 1971. Learn more about VIPER:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Take a ride on the Vehicle Assembly Building High Bay 3 elevator, and enjoy a stunning view of @NASA_SLS and @NASA_Orion, the rocket and spacecraft that will kick off humanity's return to the Moon with Artemis I.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Thanks to @LesterHoltNBC for visiting @NASA_Johnson to highlight how our astronauts are training for lunar missions. @Astro_Jessica and I enjoyed discussing our upcoming @NASAArtemis I mission, and our efforts to land the first woman and first person of color on the Moon.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
#ICYMI- @NASA will host briefings on Wednesday, Aug. 3, and Friday, Aug. 5, to preview the upcoming #Artemis I lunar mission. Along with the briefings, @NASA_Johnson will host a media day Friday, Aug. 5, to showcase hardware and offer interviews.

Learn what updates and installations our teams are working on to prepare the @NASA_SLS and @NASA_Orion for the scheduled launch on Aug. 29.

A successful launch on Aug. 29 would result in a mission duration of about 42 days:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Just keep rolling!

@NASA’s Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER) prototype recently endured the most realistic tests to-date of its ability to drive through the most difficult terrain during its mission to the Moon.

NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
We'll return to the Moon in the spirit of goodwill and peaceful exploration—with a commitment to shared values and norms. Proud to have @esaspaceflight as a @NASAArtemis partner!
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
“Bonded by a pursuit of exploration that’s greater than ourselves, the Gateway team shares similar traits as we work together.”

Kay Bond’s work managing data distribution to international partners highlights @NASAArtemis’ global nature:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
🚀 @NASA will host a pair of briefings on Aug. 3 and Aug. 5 to preview the upcoming #Artemis I mission. The first briefing will provide an overview of the mission, and the second briefing will dive deeper into the timeline and operations.

#TBT: The three-legged moon landing.

On June 2nd, 1966, @NASA’s Surveyor 1 became the first spacecraft to achieve a successful soft-landing on the lunar surface. On July 6th, 1966, Surveyor 1 sent back 11,000 images it captured while on the lunar surface.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Commander Moonikin Campos was installed into @NASA_Orion ahead of the launch of #Artemis I. Named after Arturo Campos, a man who was instrumental to saving the Apollo 13 crew, he will measure vibrations and accelerations that future @NASAArtemis astronauts will experience.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
MISSION UPDATE: #CAPSTONE completed its third trajectory correction maneuver about 780,000 miles (1.25 million kilometers) from Earth! The spacecraft remains on track to arrive at its lunar orbit Nov. 13:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
The mood was electric ⚡ the night before Apollo 15's launch as lightning streaked the sky at Cape Canaveral.

The following morning, on July 26, 1971, the Saturn V rocket lifted off carrying astronauts David Scott, James Irwin, and Alfred Worden to the Moon.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Just keep roving. Just keep roving. Just keep roving, roving, roving.

Our VIPER Moon rover continues practicing for its arrival to the lunar South Pole. Learn more:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter images of pits indicate that the Moon has caves. Could they become astronaut habitats?

Scientists have discovered that parts of the pits are always about 63°F (17°C), differing from extreme temperatures at the Moon's surface…
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
The Apollo 15 mission launched #OTD in 1971, carrying the Lunar Roving Vehicle to the Moon. Designed to traverse the surface and carry samples, LRVs were used on 3 lunar missions.

Did you know @NASA is sending a robotic lunar rover to the Moon in 2024? ➡️
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
👀 Where will the #NASASocial badge take you??

At the Artemis I NASA Social, digital creators will learn from experts, go behind-the-scenes, and bring this historic launch to their followers.

Apply today by 5pm EST:
The launch of #Artemis I is right around the corner.

Explore the reference guide and press kit for the mission to get all the details:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Simulations in HERA help NASA prep humans for future #Artemis missions. But why are HERA missions 45 days? How does crew handle isolation?

Students asked & HERA crew answered! Watch the latest Groundlinks episode & send the next HERA crew your❓❓ here:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Calling all creators, influencers, and social aficionados, @NASAArtemis is launching to the Moon and we want you to experience it in person. Learn from experts, go behind-the-scenes, and bring the launch to your followers with #NASASocial.

Apply now:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Space is a dangerous, unfriendly place. HERA will help us by providing human research on isolation, confinement, and remote conditions for future missions to the Moon and Mars.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
When SLS launches #Artemis I, antennas and relay satellites will keep the mission connected to Earth. Curious how it works? Check out the latest season of @NASASCaN’s The Invisible Network podcast to learn how @NASA establishes links with deep space!

Even if you aren’t at @Comic_Con, you can still read our “First Woman” graphic novel for free here:
What? @NASA does comics?! The creators of our "First Woman" graphic novel, which captured the spirit and imagination of our @NASAArtemis missions to the Moon, are at @Comic_Con! Come to booth 3845 and pick up a free copy! #SDCC
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Final work continues to prepare the @NASA_SLS rocket and the @NASA_Orion spacecraft for the launch of #Artemis I.

Learn more:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
U.S. Media: On Friday, August 5, @NASA_Johnson is hosting media personnel for a detailed mission briefing and a behind-the-scenes look at the facilities and teams that make our #Artemis missions possible.

For more information:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
Teams from the SLS Program and @northropgrumman successfully fired a solid rocket booster for future #Artemis missions at Northrop Grumman’s test facility in Promontory, Utah, July 21.

Here is a small clip from the test! Watch the full replay HERE >>
If you are at @Comic_Con, you don't want to miss this!
In reply to @NASA
@NASA is hosting a panel at @Comic_Con from 4-5pm PT in the Hilton Bayfront Indigo Ballroom about @NASAArtemis, humanity’s return to the Moon, with flight director Holly Ridings and astronaut Joe Acaba @AstroAcaba, who took time to meet convention goers today! #SDCC
Apply today to join the @NASASocial event for the #Artemis I launch at @NASAKennedy. Participants will learn from experts, tour facilities, and watch the launch, currently scheduled for no earlier than Aug. 29:
Congratulations to Draper! @NASA has selected your lunar lander, SERIES-2, to deliver science investigations to Schrödinger Basin, a large lunar impact crater on the far side of the Moon close to the South Pole. See you on the Moon!
Growing up, NASA’s head of Technology, Policy, and Strategy Bhavya Lal did not have TV, but on #InternationalMoonDay, she recalls how her father shared the story of Apollo 11 with her and sparked a lifelong passion for human space exploration.
#OTD 53 years ago, #Apollo11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin made history.

We honor their legacy as we prepare to embark on #Artemis missions to the Moon — this time for long-term research in lunar orbit and on the surface. #InternationalMoonDay
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
It’s #InternationalMoonDay! Today marks the anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing – the first time that humans stepped on the surface of another world. This video from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter shows the astronauts' tracks, still there after all this time.
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
NOW: Teams give an update on the uncrewed #Artemis I mission to the Moon.
#Artemis news ahead!

@NASA leaders will be sharing updates on the Artemis I mission at 11am ET (15:00 UTC) on July 20 as @NASAGroundSys teams prepare for the uncrewed flight test that will prepare us for human missions to the Moon:
NASA Artemis Retweeted ·  
We're going to the Moon - the countdown and launch operations start in the Rocco A. Petrone Launch Control Center at @NASAKennedy. Engineers prepare @NASA_SLS & @NASA_Orion from consoles in Firing Room 1 using software linking operations to Pad 39B, Eastern Range & NASA centers.
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