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News Archive / Tagged: Artemis I

  • The Orion Crew Module: A conversation with NASA’s Jason Hutt

    Scott JohnsonNovember 21st, 2022

    In the lead-up to the first Artemis 1 Space Launch System launch attempt, Spaceflight Insider had the opportunity to speak with a number of people involved in its design, construction, assembly, and flight. One of those people is Jason Hutt -- NASA's human-rating, systems engineering, and integration lead for the Orion crew module.

  • The People of Artemis: Jose Perez Morales

    Scott JohnsonJune 26th, 2022

    At the first rollout of NASA's Space Launch System rocket, Spaceflight Insider spoke with several people involved with the program -- The People of Artemis.

  • The people of Artemis: Brad McCain

    Scott JohnsonMay 12th, 2022

    Brad McCain is the vice president and deputy general manager for the Test and Operations Support Contract at Jacobs, the prime contractor for NASA's EGS.

  • The People of Artemis: Chris Cianciola, NASA Space Launch System deputy manager

    Scott JohnsonApril 23rd, 2022

    During the rollout of NASA's Artemis 1 Space Launch System moon rocket, Spaceflight Insider had the opportunity to speak with the SLS deputy manager.

  • The People of Artemis: Jeremy Parsons, NASA Exploration Ground Systems Deputy Manager

    Scott JohnsonApril 2nd, 2022

    During the rollout of NASA's Artemis 1 SLS rocket, Spaceflight Insider spoke with Exploration Ground Systems Deputy Program Manager Jeremy Parsons.

  • SLS Program Manager provides update on Artemis I

    Scott JohnsonMarch 11th, 2022

    NASA is working toward a March 17 rollout of its Artemis 1 Space Launch System rocket from Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly building in Florida for an early-April wet dress rehearsal at nearby Launch Complex 39B in anticipation of a summer 2022 launch.

  • Artemis I Space Launch System Rollout Delayed to January

    Scott JohnsonDecember 12th, 2021

    NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and SLS Program Manager John Honeycutt provide an update on Artemis 1 rollout, and RS-25 engine controller issue.

  • Artemis I Orion completes environmental testing at Plum Brook Station

    Michael ColeMarch 14th, 2020

    SANDUSKY, OHIO — NASA’s Orion spacecraft, due to fly the Artemis I lunar mission, has completed its final round of testing at NASA’s Plum Brook Station testing facility in Sandusky, Ohio.

  • Artemis I Orion spacecraft advancing through tests at Plum Brook Station

    Michael ColeJanuary 31st, 2020

    SANDUSKY, OHIO -- Testing is fully underway on the Orion spacecraft for the upcoming Artemis I test flight mission at NASA's Plum Brook Station testing facility in Sandusky, Ohio. The Orion crew capsule, integrated with its European Service Module, is currently inside the facility's Space Environments Complex undergoing thermal vacuum tests in the largest thermal vacuum chamber in the world.