Artemis 1 mission

Top 8  incredible images from NASA's Artemis 1 mission.

NASA's Artemis 1 lunar mission produced some stunning images from launch complex 39B to the Orions splashing.

These images of artemis 1 have brought this moon mission indeed to life.

Join us to quick look the top 08 most incredible images from NASA's artemis 1 mission.

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Space launch system


NASA's space launch system(SLS) rocket stood in the Kennedy space center in Florida at sunset with the Orion spacecraft at launch complex 39b.

Rocket Boosters


On Nov. 16, 2022, SLS ignites, lighting up the night sky with its solid rocket boosters as it starts its voyage to the moon.

Moon is visible


After one minute of launch, The moon is visible in the background as the SLS rocket boosters ignite, lighting up the huge smoke plume left in their path

Artemis 1 mission


A deep space view of the Earth was captured by the Orion spacecraft on the first day of the Artemis 1 mission, on 16 NOV, 2022, at a distance of 57,000 miles (91,732 kilometers) from the earth.

13th day of mission


On the 13th day of its mission, Orion shared the earth and moon images of a maximum distance of 268,563 miles (432,210 km) from Earth.

It traveled further away from our planet than any other passenger spacecraft, breaking the previous record set by Apollo 13.

20th day of mission


On the 20th day of the Artemis 1 mission, Orion captured the close-up details of the lunar surface.

21th day of mission


On Day 21 of the Artemis 1 mission, Orion shared an optical navigation camera-backed view of the moon.

Earth's atmosphere


Few Minutes before reentering Earth's atmosphere at an extreme speed of 25,000 mph (40,000 kph), the Orion spacecraft captured one last view of our planet from deep space.