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23 days ago
A year ago today, Artemis I blasted off for the Moon. The next time we see Space Launch System rocket pics like these, there will be astronauts aboard. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Here's what you need to know about Artemis II: nasa.gov/artemis-ii ⁣⁣⁣ Image descriptions: ⁣ ⁣ Image 1: An image taken at night shows fiery exhaust erupting beneath the Space Launch System rocket as it takes off from Launch Pad 39B at NASA Kennedy. The rocket is butterscotch orange with two white boosters on either side. The mobile launcher is gray, a gray water tower is in the background, and a lighting tower is in the foreground.⁣ Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky ⁣ Image 2: A landscape photo of NASA's Space Launch System rocket just seconds after liftoff at night. The rocket is orange with two white solid rocket boosters on either side of it. Bright, fiery exhaust extends below. On the launch pad, billowing clouds of exhaust blow away from the rocket. The rocket is just about to clear the surrounding lightning towers. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls⁣⁣ ⁣ Image 3: The Space Launch System leaves a long trail of exhaust as it sores toward space, illuminating clouds, onlookers, and NASA Kennedy’s Vehicle Assembling Building, which appears white and gray, with a large U.S. Flag and NASA meatball insignia.⁣ Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls ⁣⁣⁣#Artemis #Rockets #Space #Photography #NASA
Aaaaaand then landed in the Bermuda triangle
6 days ago
$$$. Very many money...
6 days ago
amazing night.
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Famos! 🤓
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