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Artemis I Mission Progress

Started by Jason, November 20, 2022, 03:49:55 PM

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I'm sure you've already heard about the launch of the unmanned Artemis I launch. It will be circling the moon several times before returning to the Earth. NASA set up a website where you can track its position in 3D space. It's interactive so you can centre it on Artemis, the Earth or the Moon and see the orbital path, distance from Earth and velocity. For some reason, I can't get it to work in Vivaldi, a browser that is based on Chromium code. So it might not work in Chrome. But it works fine in Firefox.

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