Sunday, 26 May 2024
Today, almost fifty years later, we are preparing to give the first step in the next era of human exploration. The Artemis program led by NASA in collaboration with commercial and international partners will establish, during this decade, a sustainable presence on the Moon to learn and prepare the next step: crewed missions to Mars.
On this occasion, the Spanish industry is part of this enterprise. Our equipment will be aboard the Orion spacecraft that will take the astronauts to lunar orbit and back to Earth. We will also be present on Gateway, the spacecraft that will support the missions on the lunar surface.

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Composite made from two photograms taken with Apollo 17’s Hasselblad in 1972. Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt can be seen during the mission’s third extravehicular activity.
Chaplygin B Crater
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Credit: NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University

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Published on August 12, 2021, this composite image of the Chaplygin B Crater is composed of several images taken by the narrow field camera on the “Lunar Reconnaissance” orbiter. The crater measures 1400 meters in diameter.
Crater Cracks
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Credit: NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University

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NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter captured this detailed look at the floor of Komarov crater on the far side of the Moon. These fractures formed when magma emerged from the mantle, fracturing the crater in the process.
Full moon from the ISS
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Credits/Publisher: Mark García

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The full moon photographed as the International Space Station orbited at 400 Km over the Pacific, north-east of Guam.
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