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NASA’s Orion capsule crashes in the Pacific, completing an unmanned mission to lunar orbit


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NASA’s Orion capsule crashes in the Pacific, completing an unmanned mission to lunar orbit

NASA’s Orion capsule crashes in the Pacific, completing an unmanned mission to lunar orbit

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Orion spacecraft has successfully crash-landed in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California, performing the first uncrewed test flight… 11.12.2022, Sputnik International

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The capsule crashed 480 kilometers (300 miles) off San Diego at 12:40 p.m. ET (1740 GMT). will recover the capsule and transport it to the John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA will analyze data collected during the 25-day mission in preparation for future crewed missions.The Artemis 1 unmanned mission is a key step toward NASA’s goal of crewed lunar flights of the Orion spacecraft , with the first of them, Artemis 2, slated for launch in 2024. Artemis 2 is expected to be the first manned lunar mission since Apollo 17 in 1972, which was the last time people landed on the Moon.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Orion spacecraft has successfully crash-landed in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California, performing the first uncrewed test flight around the Moon, according to the NASA livestream.

The capsule crashed 480 kilometers (300 miles) off San Diego at 12:40 p.m. ET (1740 GMT).

“Splashdown… Orion back on Earth,” said NASA’s live announcer.

In the next few minutes and hours, NASA specialists will recover the capsule and transport it to the John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA will analyze the data collected during the 25-day mission in preparation for future crewed missions.

The Artemis 1 unmanned mission is a key step toward NASA’s goal of crewed lunar flights of the Orion spacecraft, with the first of them, Artemis 2, scheduled for launch in 2024. Artemis 2 is expected to be the first manned lunar mission since Apollo 17 in 1972, which was the last time people landed on the Moon.



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