When:Register by Sunday, July 31, 2022
Target Audience:General Public
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.
Explore related educational resources from JPL Education, including articles and standards-aligned STEM lessons and activities, at the links below.
Artemis Lessons for Educators
Get students engaged in NASA's Artemis Program with STEM lessons all about the Moon, rockets, space habitats, and more!