In 20224 plan of NASA, first woman and next man astronaıts will be sent to Moon. After decades, NASA is preparing very hard for manned space travel to Moon for the project that is named as ARTEMIS.

The astranouts are training at Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. This space center has a pool that has the dimensions of 62m x 31m x 12m and it can hold 6.2 million gallons of water. Although this working space does not provide zero-gravity, according to NASA statements this place is the best to practice for the real adventure.

The tweeter messages that are shared by NASA are given below.

 

 

According to Daren Welch who ise the extravehicular activity test lead for Artemis project preparation “This early testing will help determine the best complement of facilities for hardware development and requirements for future Artemis training and missions. At the same time, we are going to be able to gather valuable feedback on spacewalk tools and procedures that will help inform some of the objectives for the missions.

 

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