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Today’s Deep Space Extra

13 Oct 2021, 14:38 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Australia to provide rover as part of its role in the Artemis program. The James Webb Space Telescope arrives in French Guiana ahead of December launch.

Human Space Exploration
Adapter structure with 10 CubeSats installed on top of Artemis Moon rocketCoalition Member in the News – JacobsSpaceflightnow.com (10/12): Teams at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) have lifted the Orion Stage Adapter on top of the Space Launch System (SLS) deep space rocket, adding the structure housing 10 CubeSat payloads. The mounting of the circular adapter structure is one of the final steps in stacking the SLS rocket inside High Bay 3 of the iconic vehicle assembly building (VAB). The Orion spacecraft, NASA’s human-rated, next-generation deep spaceship, will be added to the rocket in the coming days to complete the build-up of the 322-foot-tall launch vehicle.
Australia to provide rover for future NASA lunar lander missionSpaceNews.com (10/13): NASA and the Australian Space Agency announced that Australia will provide a rover that will be included on a commercial lunar lander mission no earlier than 2026 as part of the country’s role in the NASA-led Artemis lunar exploration effort. The rover would have the ability to ...

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