NASA Invites Media to View Orion Spacecraft for Artemis I Lunar Mission

NASAs Orion spacecraft for the Artemis I mission was lifted into a thermal cage on December 2, and readied for its move into the vacuum chamber at NASAs Plum Brook Station in Ohio. Following testing, the spacecraft will be shipped to Kennedy Space Center in Florida for final assembly and integration with the Space Launch System rocket before launch
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Media accreditation is open for an opportunity to view the Artemis I Orion spacecraft following completion of testing at NASAs Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio. This one-day event will take place in early to mid-March. A more precise date will be announced one to two weeks prior to the event.

The Orion spacecraft for the Artemis I mission currently is undergoing four months of testing, subjecting it to the extreme temperatures and electromagnetic environment it will experience in the vacuum of space.

Media attending will have the opportunity to view the spacecraft inside the worlds largest thermal vacuum chamber and to hear from officials and experts responsible for Orion and the simulated space environments testing.

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