Join NASA Online for the Launch of Artemis I
When:Launch scheduled for Nov. 15 PT
Where:See Event Details
Target Audience:General Public
Update: Nov. 14, 2022 – NASA is now targeting the next launch attempt of the Artemis I mission for Nov. 15 at 10:04 p.m. PT (Nov. 16 at 1:04 a.m. ET).
- Watch live coverage from NASA
- Learn more and get the latest launch updates on NASA's Artemis Blog
NASA's Artemis Program is designed to establish a sustainable human presence on the Moon and prepare for future human missions to Mars. Artemis I is the first in the series of increasingly complex missions and will test three key components required to send astronauts beyond the Moon: the Orion spacecraft, the Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket and the ground systems at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The uncrewed mission – meaning no humans on board – will mark the first time NASA has tested all three components at once.
Join NASA in celebrating this exciting event by registering to participate in Artemis I online launch activities! Participants will get:
- Updates about the latest launch schedule
- Invitations to attend virtual launch events
- Curated resources, including a STEM Learning Pathway
All resources, participation, and registration are FREE.
› Register on Eventbrite
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