NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft will perform an engine burn when it’s just 79 miles (128 kilometers) above the lunar surface on Dec. 5, 2022. NASA’s deputy Apollo curator Julianne Gross explains the lunar feature you’re seeing during approach.
- See the Artemis 1 spacecraft and moon ahead of crucial engine burn in time-lapse
- Artemis 1 spacecraft moves to configure solar array wings for crucial engine burn
- See Artemis 1 spacecraft 3500 miles away from moon ahead of crucial burn
- Artemis 1 signal reacquired after engine burn – View is amazing!
- NASA Artemis 1 mission update – Moon flyby and splashdown preview
- Watch as Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft performs crucial maneuver near moon on Monday
- Artemis I Close Flyby of the Moon
- Artemis I Distant Lunar Orbit Insertion Burn
- Highlights From the First 13 Days of NASA’s Artemis I Moon Mission
- Artemis 1 spacecraft completes 1st lunar orbit departure burn
- Artemis 1 spacecraft captures amazing view of moon’s craters during flyby
- Orion Approaches Moon Before Return Flyby
- NASA’s Artemis 1 spacecraft enters distant retrograde orbit around moon
- NASA’s Artemis I Mission Return Trip Lunar Flyby
- NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft leaves moon’s orbit to head home