Tag: Artemis

‘Destination Space: Boots on the Moon’ – IN FOCUS Spectrum TV News interview with Ken Kremer

SpaceUpClose.com & RocketSTEM ORLANDO, FL – NASA’s Project Artemis plans for a human return to the Moon was the topic of ‘Destination Space: Boots on the Moon’ – featured on the ‘IN FOCUS’ TV News interview program shown on Spectrum News Channel 13 in Florida – for which I was interviewed representing Space UpClose along with Mark Bontrager representing Space

Blue Origin Announces National Team for NASA’s Artemis Human Lunar Landing Program

For SpaceUpClose.com & RocketSTEM CAPE CANAVERAL, FL- The race to develop a human lunar lander for NASA’s new Artemis program to a great leap forward this week when Blue Origin’s founder billionaire Jeff Bezos announced the formation of a ‘national team’ of four highly experienced US industrial giants – including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Draper Labs and Blue Origin –

1st RS-25 Engine Attached to NASA Artemis 1 SLS Core Stage

Engineers and technicians at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans have structurally mated the first of four RS-25 engines to the core stage for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will help power the first Artemis mission to the Moon. Credit: NASA/Jude Guidry For SpaceUpClose.com & RocketSTEM KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL/MICHOUD ASSEMBLY FACILITY, LA – The first of

SLS Core Stage Pathfinder Goes Vertical in VAB at KSC: Photos

For SpaceUpClose.com & RocketSTEM KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – The recently arrived and massive 212 foot long, 228,000 pound core stage Pathfinder mock-up for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket was lifted to the vertical position inside the Vehicle Assembly Building’s (VAB) transfer aisle and then into High Bay 3 this past week at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center – by

VP Pence Declares Orion Artemis 1 Moon Capsule Complete During KSC Visit Honoring Apollo 11 Lunar Landing: Photos

Vice President Mike Pence visited NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on July 20, 2019, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the agency’s Apollo 11 Moon landing. He joined Administrator Jim Bridenstine, Apollo 11 moonwalkwer Buzz Aldrin, KSC Director/astronaut Bob Cabana and other dignitaries to announce the completion of NASA’s Orion crew capsule for the first Artemis lunar mission –