NASA invites people to send their name to the Moon aboard Artemis I, ‘where is the door?’ ask for internet

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) surprised its followers on social networks this Sunday. The US space agency invited users to send their names to the Moon through the Artemis Mission. The post has drawn attention across the web. “You can send your name to the Moon. How? Sign up for your boarding pass and join the nearly 3 million “passengers” flying around the Moon aboard #Artemis I this year,” NASA wrote. He also shared a video of the Moon’s rotation. The video was made by combining 36 mosaics of the Moon taken with the wide-angle camera on NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.See the post here:

Once users check in using the link, they will be presented with a digital boarding pass with their name, flight details and a QR code. The code will take you to an invitation to join NASA’s Virtual Guest Program and virtually attend launches and other events hosted by the space agency. The names of registered users will be kept on flash memory to be carried aboard the Artemis I Mission. The mission will be the first integrated test of the space agency’s deep space exploration systems. The post garnered a variety of reactions and has been viewed more than 2.2 million times on Instagram. People shared photos of their boarding passes and thanked NASA for the opportunity. Some claimed that they were ready to go to the Moon. Several wrote that they were excited to be ‘virtual astronauts’. Some even asked if they could leave their names on Earth and go to the Moon themselves. “Let’s hope the 3 million name USB doesn’t end up on a galactic mailing list to receive spam from aliens,” joked one user. “I sent my boyfriend to the moon. That was easy!” another wrote. Here are some other reactions: The Artemis I mission aims to test NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, ground systems at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida’s Cape Canaveral, and the Orbit spacecraft. The uncrewed mission is the first in a series of “increasingly complex missions to build a long-term human presence on the Moon in the coming decades.” NASA’s Artemis missions have the ultimate goal of launching the first woman to Earth and the first person of color on the Moon. read all Last News, trending news, cricket news, bollywood news,Indian news Y show news here. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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