Watch NASA's Artemis-1 Mission Blastoff! Russia Launches New X-Ray 2 days ago   02:53

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NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket launches the un-crewed Artemis-1 mission to the moon in this animation from the space agency's Marshall Space Flight Center. -- Learn about NASA's Artemis Program: https://www.space.com/artemis-program.html

Credit: NASA/MSFC

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PlayBoyDoin 420
Aren't ALL nasa launches CGI like this lmao... WE CAN'T GO ANYWHERE AND EVEN THEY SAID SO
Ivelin Stanchev
I want to become an astronaut
Batman
Lol this video was posted 1 year ago.
Stormy Syndrome
Animation. No... I want to see it happen. Animation only works for the anime generation. It’s LONG since past time we remade the wheel, and returned to the moon. I guess. I mean,.. we’ve done this before. It’s not like this is a new concept, or anything we haven’t done before. I’m not really excited about this. Talk about mars, or even Pluto.. I might perk up a bit.

Leave the moon alone, it does Earth more good than harm. One thing we know about humanity.... we tend to destroy everything.
Roger Barrera
Its nice if NASA can get its damm act together but if it does then it'll totally blow away anything musk & those cheap falcon rkt launch.
The Plinkster
Should be reused like cough falcon 9 cough
ProgRockDan1
Featured on Astral Education https://www.facebook.com/astralslate/
chuckbuckets1
bet my left testicle this never happens
مسلسلات رائعه ومهموله
I have three questions about cosmic rays
X - rays and gamma rays in space

The first question
What is the difference between X-ray and gamma radiation?

second question
The second question about the source of X-rays and gamma rays
Are these different rays come from black holes and quasars?

The third question about the decay of particles of dark matter
(Particles WIMPs and Neutrino Sterile)
Molecules Neutrino Sterile and WIMPs
Are you turning into a cosmic ray of black holes?
Please send my three questions to the space research team

We hope the researchers will study how cosmic rays appear
Gamma rays and X rays
ginbelg1
I understand now why the sls is such a clusterbang of a project.
Jeffery Pullin
NASA sure makes cool cartoons. But they do have a nice budget . I wanna see more cartoons.
Roger Jordan
he he he
Pablo Emilio Patiño Córdova
The sadest part is that yesterday was the 8th anniversary of the STS-135 the last shuttle mission.
V 14
Shame to throw away these nice engines in just one launch. Even the Shuttle re-used them.
Ray Brodie
They need to follow SpaceX example of retrieving rocket boosters,fairing , etc. SPACE JUNK or Bottom of the Ocean is still same 🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤷🏿‍♂️👨🏿‍🎓😎
ilmaio
We have seen falcon heavy boosters land back on earth in perfect sincronicity for real, and now here it comes a cheap animation of something that was possible already 50 years ago? Why? SpaceX has made this kind of things look prehistoric. Why do they waste their money? Finance the BFR, that will carry us to Mars instead.
Dan Reidy
NEVER GET THROUGH THE VAN ALLEN, #LYIN DOUCHEBAG FAGS
Divyananda Saraswati
Love this video but request the host to clean up the comment section so I can share this with the kids. Thank you.
Mack Sumner
Crap NASA animation.
FutureMartian97
Wow neat animation for something that will launch once!
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Blastoff! Russia Launches New X-Ray Watch NASA's Artemis-1 Mission 2 days ago   01:50

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A Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Spektr-RG X-ray space observatory for Roscosmos and the German Aerospace Center from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan on July 13, 2019. -- Full Story: https://www.space.com/russia-launches-x-ray-space-observatory-spektr-rg.html

Credit: Roscosmos