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Here’s the NASA Artemis I Earth Rise Video We’ve Been Waiting For

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Apollo lunar missions in the 1960s and 70s gave us amazing new perspectives of our planet as seen from our distant lunar neighbors. NASA and its modern day Artemis I The mission is reviewing those historical views.

on Tuesday, Space Agency Releases Video of Earth Rise It shows a cloudy blue planet emerging from behind the moon.

The new video marries groundbreaking visuals from the Apollo era with Artemis’ more advanced camera equipment to set a new record in history. This footage is from one of the many cameras on board the Orion spacecraft. This particular eye of space is at his one end of the solar array wing.

Here’s the story behind Orion’s camera gear.

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How NASA captured the first image of the Moon of Artemis…


The photograph taken by Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders in 1968 has become the iconic image known as “Earthrise.” Apollo 8 was the first manned mission to orbit the Moon. It was a milestone in space exploration and helped set the stage for the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the Moon, captured this famous view of Earthrise.


Artemis I is a test flight intended to pace the giant Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft before astronauts board Artemis II. The journey so far has been smooth, NASA reports communication failure on wednesday. NASA is making contact with Orion again and the spacecraft is healthy.

The Age of Artemis is still in its infancy, but this Earth ascent sequence could be a memorable moment for humanity as they aim to return to the Moon.

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