It’s been almost five decades since an American set foot on the Moon. As NASA tells it in their recently released promo video for Artemis, “Between 1968 and 1972, America launched 9 human missions to the moon–6 of which successfully touched down allowing 12 men to walk on the lunar surface. NASA’s next chapter of lunar exploration, called Artemis, has the task of not just going to the Moon to create a long term human presence on and around it, but also to prepare for ever more complex human missions to Mars. in short, everything we must be able to do here (Mars) we must be able to do here (the Moon).” What, exactly, does an Artemis mission look like? That’s what they aim to tackle in the film How We Are Going to the Moon that you can watch here. It involves plenty of stages, 5.2 million lbs of fuel and what is the world’s most powerful rocket that has ever been produced. It’s a five minute, incredibly fascinating video about the things involved for our next chapter in space exploration.

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