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NASA’s Artemis programme is officially nearing another huge milestone in its efforts to conquer the unknown above us. According to the latest release from NASA, the Orion spacecraft (which is the most powerful ever sent up there) is intended to actually help humans achieve the unthinkable. By 2030, humans are expected (assuming NASA is successful) to be able to travel to the moon to live and to work in Space. However, this would mean that Artemis must be successful in its mission to determine what happens to the human body that far into space — because nobody or anything has ever gone that far into space.

So here’s what’s new to know about Artemis and its life in Space in right now:

1.) The ‘Orion’ as it is informally called is manned by 3 dummies that are meant to help the program determine the stresses astronauts would face that far into deep space. Because humans have never gone this far this is currently unknown to mankind as it is also unknown as to what we would find when humans make it that far into the Universe.

2. On Monday, the spacecraft completed a milestone in itself. According to NASA, it completed a burn on the dark side of the moon. This particularly will allow officials to see how the craft manages to survive this far into deep space — which is further than the record previously set some 50 years ago.

3. The Artemis mission and everything with it, coincides with the crreation of what is to become the Lunar base on the moon. Yes folks that means by 2030 there is a high chance most or allot for that matter will be living in deep space. If you’re brave don’t forget us on your way up we’d love to hear what happened when you come back down.

Check out more updates from the program by visiting Space.com

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