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

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?
Zenith explores the different aspects of space, including the planets, the technologies for us to explore the planets, and the future of space exploration.
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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    Although this was just posted, it is a year or more out of date.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