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NASA | Exploration Mission-1 - Pushing Farther Into Deep Space

In the next eight minutes, you’ll experience a twenty-five-and-a-half-day mission from roll-out to recovery of the first integrated flight test of NASA’s Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System rocket, launching from the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This uncrewed mission will be the first in a planned series of exploration missions beyond the moon, signaling what astronauts who dare to operate in deep space will experience on future flights.

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  1. R Madalin

    R Madalin

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Good job nasa,maybe in 1000 years from now you'll actually get a human to plant a flag on mars, and then leave mars right after, just as you did on the moon.

  2. Leonardo Morellato

    Leonardo Morellato

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Why Nasa dont look at SPACEX and Elon Musk more, this missions look old and outdated, we need to cooperate a lot more to bring the immense nasa experience and know how to Elon Musk vision of interplanetary species. Doing thing together will take us farther away than doing tree way solo.

  3. Joey M.

    Joey M.

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Been following the Orion mission since the first video about it. So happy that it's actually becoming a reality, can't wait for it.

  4. Helionaria Najily

    Helionaria Najily

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

  5. Raj Luthra

    Raj Luthra

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Hello N.A.S.A. I am looking forward to seeing the S.L.S and the Orion Spacecraft. Just an idea I thought of, combine the H.I.A.D (Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator) to the Orion Spacecraft so you can also have the service module returned and re-used, which will also bring down costs, hopefully. Has anyone looked into this? All the best to you all.

  6. Orbi Manager

    Orbi Manager

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Dear nasa. This messsage probably have little to no importance to you guys. There is probably a lot of mistakes on it. But I would like to tell you guys my story any way. It can maybe cheer up some people working hard everyday to make our future. I am 19 years old now. I live in Brazil, a country where the government doesn`t care about the people, and where science only thrives in rare ocasions. Ever since I can remenber, I have been amazed with space. When I was 7 years old I wanted to be an astronomer. Ever since then, I`ve been doing my best to try to push myself further in the space journey. 5 years ago I realized that my generation is going to have the greatest human adventure ahead of us, and I decided I would do my best to be part of it.I have always been the best in my class, and I am currently at college, to become an aeronautical engineer. Even though I have a passion for rockets and space exploration, that is a future I sadly probably cannot have. I am a braziliam. My parents are not rich, and I have a lot of other things to worry about in my life, other than following my dreams. But here is the good part. I am not going to give up. If the time comes, and I have the opportunity,, I will go, and I will do my part in taking humanity to the stars. And there are thousands of others just like me. Just waiting for a chance. We will be here. Looking forward, for the next great steps to come. I would just like to say thank you. Thank you alot for all of you guys, who give your lives to pushing us forward and to making our dreams come true. We are all whishing you good luck, and sucess in the missions to come, and that one day, we too can be part of this adventure. Sincerely, a wandering dreamer

    • CyTube

      CyTube

      Πριν 3 χρόνια

      My good friend they are lying. NASA have never gone and will never go to the moon. Check out Bart Sibrel "Absolute proof that NASA never went on the Moon!"

  7. RudyCrespi

    RudyCrespi

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Build a lunar module!

  8. Eli B

    Eli B

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Very clear, informative video. Music was a bit off though.

  9. Schomo

    Schomo

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    What a waste of money! Producing more garbage in space. For what? No reuse of any components. What did NASA learn from history? Look at spaceX. They have the right concepts. Not NASA and ESA. No space station is planned in low earth orbit for the future. Who needs a station in the moon orbit. Way too expensive to fly to the moon for nothing.

    • Joan Evans

      Joan Evans

      Πριν 3 χρόνια

      OK, we do all understand that as an arm of the US Federal government NASA can't just do what it wants. NASA wanted to build an entirely NEW heavy launch system; but they got stuck with the SLS because it uses components from the shuttle era; and the Congress critters who control the purse strings wanted to make sure that the people in their districts who build those components continue to vote for them; so no shutting down those production lines; even if the technology is old and unsuited. As a result of all this NASA will never be what it was; or what it could be. And as for "THE MONEY" angle; I am personally SICK of hearing about "the money". Over it's entire lifetime NASA has received in TOTAL approx $560BILLION dollars. That's just over $1/2TRILLION. Over 59 years!!! less then $10BILLION PER YEAR. Meanwhile the F35 is going to cost over $1TRILLION; and THE PENTAGON cannot account for $6TRILLION after a recent audit. Here's a thought. Give NASA $20BILLION a year; direct them to do something amazing and let them do it without interference from politicians.

    • Julian Chee

      Julian Chee

      Πριν 3 χρόνια

      Space missions are relatively cheap compared to other industries. Just look at the budget of NASA per year..............its like what? just half a percent of the GDP ! Even if you double the budget, we can definitely AFFORD IT. And anything in space will produce spinoff technologies especially when the final goal is to have a manned mission. If you called the space race a waste of time because of all the billions of dollars spent which is way more than now, then dump all your smartphones, all your gadgets and high tech shit because those are made possible with the development of space systems. The military 's budget per year is more than half a century of NASA. STOP COMPLAINING

    • benurs

      benurs

      Πριν 3 χρόνια

      NASA just announced their own lunar station...

    • Blitzar

      Blitzar

      Πριν 3 χρόνια

      If they made SLS reusable the development costs would be enormous, and people already complain about it being too expensive. And who needs a station in Lunar orbit? Well, SpaceX, for one. They wouldn't exist without ISS contracts, and a Lunar station will give them lots of shiny new contracts. Not to mention the new opportunities for science, testing the life support systems needed for interplanetary missions, and giving Orion a place to park when the astronauts go on those missions.

  10. TheTruePhoenixAU

    TheTruePhoenixAU

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Awesome video, when is Exploration Mission 1 planned for?

  11. BWX

    BWX

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    And they're going to take that tiny capsule to Mars?

    • Space Force

      Space Force

      Πριν 3 χρόνια

      For the mission to Mars, they plan to construct a habitat that will be docked to the capsule in low Earth orbit. For the duration of the journey to Mars, the crew will live in the habitat and, upon arrival, they will use the capsule for entry, landing, and decent.

  12. Zachary Van horn

    Zachary Van horn

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Aw yiss 1 mph

  13. MoltenLavaGuy

    MoltenLavaGuy

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    first

  14. gypsydanger

    gypsydanger

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    LOVE NASA OMG

  15. Mark McCombs

    Mark McCombs

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Nice explainer vid. Well done. Metric only please.

  16. NicosMind

    NicosMind

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Yes. To Mars via 50 steps. 40 of them unnecessary. Tether spin tests were done in the 60s or 70s. After planning to do them it was achieved within a year. We need to simulate reduced gravity and do it for man, plants, and animal reproduction. Lets get some decent research done

  17. anima eterna

    anima eterna

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Uno dei doni più bello è la conoscenza ☝ La ricerca scientifica renderà migliore il futuro umano!

  18. f z k

    f z k

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    Viva NASA

  19. LoKKI

    LoKKI

    Πριν 3 χρόνια

    First

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