Watch NASA divulge landing sites for Artemis 3

NASA has worked out the most helpful landing sites that will be designated by the Artemis 3 mission in 2025.

NASA will divulge potential future landing sites for a human re-visitation of the surface of the moon, and you can watch the briefing on today (Aug. 19)

NASA and its partners intend to land close to the lunar south pole, where water ice is accepted to exist in forever shadowed craters.

Each selected region, from which specific landing sites could be selected, is of scientific interest and was assessed based on terrain, communications, and lighting conditions.

On the off chance that successful, the landing will check the first time since the Apollo 17 mission in 1972 that humans will have set foot on Earth's celestial companion.

The first step of the Artemis program is set to occur not long from now with the uncrewed test trip of NASA's Space Launch System rocket.

NASA previously selected SpaceX to fabricate the landing system to take astronauts from the lunar circle to the moon's surface as a component of the Artemis 3 mission.

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