Moon Trees: NASA, Forest Service to distribute seedlings that flew on Artemis I. Here’s how to apply
NASA and the USDA Forest Service are taking applications from those hopeful to grow their own “Moon Tree,” a seedling that was once as much as 270,000 miles away from Earth while stowed away on the Artemis I moon mission.
NASA’s Artemis 1 moonship reaches record distance from Earth in near-flawless mission
At the halfway point in NASA's Artemis 1 mission, the unpiloted Orion moonship is chalking up a near-flawless flight, mission managers said Monday, beaming back spectacular images of Earth disappearing from view as it was eclipsed by the moon.
‘All hands on deck’ for Titusville restaurant open for overnight Artemis I launch
At Pier 220 under the A. Max Brewer Bridge, Pier 220 General Manager Samantha Ablan said even though Wednesday’s Artemis I launch attempt is at 1:04 a.m., the restaurant with a direct view of Kennedy Space Center and launch pad 39B expects to stay open late.
Artemis I update: Crews to replace quick disconnect seal on SLS while on launch pad, NASA says
NASA announced on Tuesday evening that they have decided to replace the quick disconnect seal between the liquid hydrogen fuel feed line on the mobile launcher and the Space Launch System rocket while at the launch pad.
‘Thank you:’ Daughter of deceased Artemis engineer to see historic launch in person
The countdown begins. NASA's Artemis I mission is on track for Monday morning if all systems are a go. And the daughter of an Artemis I project engineer who died in April will have the chance to see the results of her father's work.