NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft performed an engine burn when it was just 79 miles (128 kilometers) above the lunar surface on Dec. 5, 2022. The burn set it on a trajectory to splashdown on Earth on Dec. 11.
- NASA’s Artemis I Mission Return Trip Lunar Flyby
- Moon features explained as Artemis 1 approaches for crucial engine burn
- Artemis 1 signal reacquired after engine burn – View is amazing!
- See the Artemis 1 spacecraft and moon ahead of crucial engine burn in time-lapse
- Artemis 1 spacecraft captures amazing view of moon’s craters during flyby
- See Artemis 1 spacecraft 3500 miles away from moon ahead of crucial burn
- Highlights From the First 13 Days of NASA’s Artemis I Moon Mission
- Artemis I Close Flyby of the Moon
- Artemis 1 spacecraft moves to configure solar array wings for crucial engine burn
- NASA Experts Discuss Artemis I Splashdown and Next Steps
- NASA Artemis 1 mission update – Breaking spaceflight records and upcoming events
- Artemis 1 mission update – Earth return prep and benefits for humanity
- NASA preparing for Orion splashdown to conclude Artemis 1
- Splashdown! NASA’s Orion Returns to Earth After Historic Moon Mission
- NASA’s Artemis 1 spacecraft enters distant retrograde orbit around moon