How Artemis 1 Will Change The Future Of Space Exploration [4K] | Zenith | Spark

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Published 2022-10-28
Looking into the future of space exploration, the Artemis program will play a big part in taking humans back to the moon, and as a foundation to explore other planets like Mars. What are Artemis's stages, and how will that take us to the moon and beyond?
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All Comments (21)
  • Jonathan Shell
    Although this was just posted, it is a year or more out of date. SpaceX has a contract to begin converting Starship into a heavy Lunar Lander. Virgin Galactic has successfully flown passengers. Cosmic Girl has ferried Launcher One to successful satellite launches. But Boeing’s Starting has yet to have a completely successful mission or be certified to fly astronauts.
  • ArnieT1
    This must've first been released at least 4 years ago (2018) so as interesting as it is, for it to have only been uploaded to YouTube in Nov22 just prior to the 16.11 launch of Artemis 1 with Orion already whizzing around somewhere up there, leaves me thinking"Mehhh! Why have ya left it SO long??" 🤯
  • Philip Sheedy
    Well done for someone new to space exploration programs.
  • Sea Level
    Why can't nasa never attach a constant live camera 🎥 feed to a rocket so we can see its full journey in its entirely would that not be a easy thing do but they never seem to do that for some reason?
  • Sid Stevens
    Just had a flashback !
    I think I saw this almost 60 years ago !
    I'm watching history repeat !
  • Joseph Gardner
    by being the most costly rocket system with the most flaws.
  • Chris Hutson
    If you clicked to actually see something about Artemis then that doesn't start until half way through.
  • derbuckeyetribe
    It's summer 1983. Columbia is on Pad 39A, Artemis 1 is on Pad 39B. Columbia will carry a new space lab into orbit. Artemis 1 will do a Lunar fly by while testing hardware. Artemis 4 will do a manned landing on the Moon on April 1, 1985. Challenger will successfully deploy the Galileo orbital telescope during March 1986. Artemis 6 will deliver the first components of a permanent Lunar surface station during October 1986. At this time NASA will rethink the SeaDragon design and implement its redesign, upgrade and place it into service by December 1990.
  • Mean Hornet
    I really liked how the video was put together and the narrator was excellent....want to hear him on more video's please!
  • Dave Cooke
    I bet we don’t land on the moon in 2024 or ever
  • Jonathan Richter
    I'm not even convinced the SLS will fly. And if it is, it's too expensive to use for the multiple missions that will be needed. I foresee NASA ultimately hitching a ride on a Starship.
  • Si Stockbridge
    That was an incredibly in-depth look at the mission. Awesome video!
  • scott- o
    In 1953 Wernher von Braun wrote in his book "Conquest of the Moon" that, in order to fly to the moon and back would require a rocket that was taller than the Empire State building (1/4 mile high) and a weight of 800,000 tons.
  • i think we need to develop a low moon orbit like installing weather satellites like we do on earth 💪
  • Red Cossack
    Very informative video. Thank you for making.
  • Edgard Agosto
    From tv and radio manufacturing to spacecraft manufacturing Zenith sure change alot since Farnsworth,s -Blair,s days of 1920,s