SpaceX Tests Lunar Module Engine in Space Cold

As part of the Artemis program aimed at returning a person to the moon, SpaceX recently completed a test of one of its lunar engines, simulating the cold space of the cosmos. According to a NASA blog post, this test is a significant milestone in the mission to land astronauts on the moon again.

NASA is actively involved in various projects related to scientific discovery, aeronautics, astronautics, planetary research, space technologies, and education. The agency has contributed immensely to space exploration, with some of the most famous missions being Apollo, which successfully landed the first people on the moon, Voyager, which explored the outer planets of our solar system, Hubble, which captured revolutionary images of distant galaxies, and the International Space Station (ISS), a collaboration between multiple countries serving as an orbital laboratory.

In addition to its independent missions, NASA also collaborates with other space agencies worldwide. Among its partners are the European Space Agency (ESA), Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, and the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA), among others. By joining forces with these organizations, NASA aims to expand humanity’s knowledge of the Universe and utilize this information for the betterment of humankind.

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