NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft aces close moon flyby in crucial engine burn

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Created for cowboyrons@gmail.com |  Web VersionNovember 21, 2022CONNECT WITH SPACE.COM  Something amazing every day.SIGN UP ⋅   WEBSITEARTEMIS 1: RETURN TO THE MOONNASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft aces close moon flyby in crucial engine burn(NASA)Orion zoomed just 80 miles (130 kilometers) above the lunar surface Monday (Nov. 21) at 7:44 a.m. ET. and completed an engine burn needed to continue its historic mission. Full Story: Space (11/21)    NASA’s Artemis 1 spacecraft flies by moon with Apollo 11 lunar soil aboard(NASA/CollectSPACE.com)Artemis 1 is only the second time a piece of the moon has been brought back to the moon. Full Story: Space (11/21)    Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft sees the moon for 1st time in stunning video(NASA)NASA’s Orion spacecraft has spotted the destination of its Artemis 1 test flight the moon and captured a stunning video to mark the moment. Full Story: Space (11/19)    POLL QUESTION:NASA’s Artemis 1 mission aced a close flyby of the moon today with its Orion spacecraft. At its closest approach, how close will Orion be to the moon?Learn the answer here!8 miles80 miles800 miles8,000 milesSPACE DEAL OF THE DAY3D printer deals 2022: Black Friday deals on FDM & resin printers

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