NASA says fly your name around the Moon

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NASA has made an offer which anyone can’t refuse; Nasa says that you can fly your name around the moon with the help of its new upcoming project, The Artemis 1 mission; here’s how to participate in it.

We all are unlikely to fly to the moon anytime soon – or more than that. Nasa has offered that you can indeed send your name in outer space. Nasa invites people to put their names on Flash Drive that will be set to space with the new upcoming mission named Artemis 1, which will send an Uncrewed capsule named Orion, which will explore the moon with the flash drive containing your names.

NASA, a National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government responsible for the civilian space program. It has revealed its new upcoming project named Artemis 1 mission, a first uncrewed space mission. The date of the launch is still unclear. In this mission, Nasa is trying to send a spacecraft that will automatically launch without any human interference using Orion spacecraft, a Space Launch System (SLS) mega-rocket, which the agency is developing to send astronauts to the moon and other deep-space destinations. Orion has flown once before, reaching Earth orbit atop a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket in December 2014. The SLS – Orion, a spacecraft that will fly with Artemis 1, will be rolled out to its launch pad at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on 17 march for ‘Wet Dress Rehearsal.’ The mission will launch the most powerful rocket globally and fly farther than any spacecraft built for humans has ever flowed, says Nasa.

You can register your name for this mission; you will need to enter NASA’s website, just search send your name Artemis 1 mission on any browser, then register your name and PIN on the website, which will lead you to give a digital boarding pass, which means that you have registered your name to send it in the outer space.

  • So, if you want, you can register your name for this mission and send it to outer space.
  • Because who knows that you will get an opportunity to enter space, but your name does.

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Ameya Hivarkar
Ameya Hivarkar
Being a 18-year-old, Ameya is interested to learn new things ranging from gaming to technology. He is passionate about keeping you all updated with his knowledge about new gaming trends and technology globally. He is currently contributing to BLARROW as a Content Writer.

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