NASA Artemis-I Returned To The Launch Pad
After previously failed tests, NASA Artemis-I is on the SLS launch pad. After a few more initial tests, the Artemis-I will be launched in August 2022. NASA has confirmed the move of Artemis-I to the launch pad on 6th June 2022. The first Artemis mission is an uncrewed mission that will examine and orbit the Moon. The mission is crucial for the upcoming moon missions, Artemis-II, Artemis-III, and Artemis-IV.
NASA New search for UFO 2022
NASA New search for UFO: NASA has confirmed joining the US government team to search for UFOs. The official revealed that there have now been over 400 sightings of the UAP. During the hearing, UFO videos were played to the Congressmen.
The Blood Moon Total Eclipse 5/15/2022
In case you missed the blood moon last night here it is.
Miss the total lunar eclipse? This is what we saw.
My time-lapse camera did not do well during the lunar eclipse. I had to switch to another camera at the last minute. So the moon time-lapse is what I am calling my moon silent film. Global Event: Total Lunar Eclipse. Local Type: Total Lunar Eclipse, in Denver. Began: Sun, May 15, 2022 at 7:57 pm. Maximum: Sun, May 15, 2022 at 10:11 pm 1.413 Magnitude. Ended: Mon, May 16, 2022 at 12:50 am. Duration: 4 hours, 53 minutes
Poem: You were the Moon
where the scorching sun holds sway. Burning rays bleached it, yet it never wilted. Thirst turned its petals yellow; but it kept striving. The pride of desiccated leaves made the desert furious.
Moon landing location in Arizona.
Cinder Lake located 12 miles from Flagstaff, Arizona was the perfect location to simulate a lunar landing.
NASA Has Opened a 50-Year-Old Sample From The Moon
The gray content has now been extracted from the sample tube and is intended to provide information about the lunar soil. About half a century ago, astronauts collected samples of the lunar surface during the Apollo 17 mission. As NASA is now announcing, they have been removed from the protective device.
NASA's Moon Mission Is Scheduled To Start In May
NASA (Artemis I)© NASA/Kim Shiflett. The capsule should then start towards the moon without people on board, orbit the earth's satellite for a week and then return to earth. Tests of the SLS rocket, which will carry the capsule into space, have been successfully completed, said NASA's responsible for the mission, Tom Whitmeyer, at a presentation by the space agency on Thursday.