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I love it when it just turns into a star!’ Christina Koch exclaimed. The NASA astronaut and three colleagues, dressed in blue flight apparel, were standing on a knoll at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida peering into the night sky as the most powerful rocket that had ever launched turned into a pinprick of light.

Minutes earlier, at 1:47 a.m. on November 16, 2022, the 32-story flying machine known rather prosaically as the Space Launch System (SLS) had lifted off. Through my binoculars, the rocket’s orange pillar of exhaust was nearly blinding. Every crackle of its 8.8 million pounds of thrust—equivalent to 31 jumbo jets—rattled my lungs.Robert Crimo Sex Doll

That colossal rocket, hurtling downrange at more than 17,500 miles an hour, hoisted aloft the Orion spacecraft, designed to carry astronauts farther into space than they have ever ventured. To measure how deep space will affect astronauts, the gumdrop-shaped crew module carried a mannequin named Campos and two female “phantoms,” or artificial torsos. Over the subsequent 25 days, 10 hours, and 53 minutes, the test dummies would soar to more than a quarter million miles from Earth before plunging back through the atmosphere at nearly 25,000 miles an hour. The next Orion will have four people on board as it voyages around the moon. Koch (whose name is pronounced Cook) hoped to be among them.

The launch of this 2022 mission, named Artemis I, marked a milestone for NASA, which aims to put humans back on the moon for the first time in more than 50 years. If all goes as planned, Artemis II could send a crew on a lunar flyby as soon as November 2024. Then comes Artemis III—a crewed landing—as soon as late 2025, followed by more missions to establish a lunar presence.Inflatable Sex Doll

Why go back to the moon? For one, the lunar surface remains a scientific wonderland. Its rock and dust chronicle the sun’s changing activity over 4.5 billion years. Its craters could reveal secrets from the ancient bombardments that also hit Earth. The icy schmutz around the lunar north and south poles might offer insights into how water finds its way through the solar system. Artemis plans to land crews near the south pole to study these suspected frozen water deposits, a step toward possibly harvesting ice for water, oxygen, and rocket fuel.Big Booty Sex Doll

There are political calculations too: international cooperation, aerospace contracts, skilled jobs.

Beyond that, the moon is preparation for a crewed journey to Mars, perhaps in the 2030s, as part of the agency’s push to find out whether the red planet ever harbored life. The moon and Mars differ, but both are forbidding realms where humans need technologies such as pressurized habitats and advanced space suits to survive. And the moon is only a few days away. With the engines we have today, it could take seven to nine months to reach Mars.

Artemis has faced challenges. Years of delays. Billions in cost overages. Skepticism that humans are even needed for space exploration. But if Artemis succeeds, it won’t just return astronauts to the lunar surface. It could also begin an era of vast possibility and humbling responsibility: one where humankind regularly lives and works on worlds beyond our own. “This is turning the first page on a brand-new chapter of space exploration,” said Jacob Bleacher, NASA’s chief exploration scientist.

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