NASA Leaders Surprise Students With First Look at Artemis Rocket and Orion Spacecraft

“Best day of my whole life. Ever.” Watch the reactions of a group of students, joined by NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and NASA Associate Administrator Bob Cabana, who hopped on a tour bus at Kennedy Space Center for an opportunity of a lifetime to view the Artemis I Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft in the Vehicle Assembly Building’s High Bay 3.

#Artemis I is scheduled to launch no earlier than Aug. 29 at 8:33 a.m. EDT from the center’s Launch Complex 39B on a flight test around the Moon and back to Earth.

All about Artemis I:

Music Courtesy of Gothic Storm Music

Editor: Christopher Chamberland

Producers: Sami Aziz and John Sackman

Song Credits:
Existence from Gothic Storm
The Artemis Generation: Exploration, Discovery and the Unknowns, written by Doug Wallace and performed by the Cooper Middle School Band Percussion Section

Credit: NASA

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