Photo Credit: NASA
NASA’s Artemis Missions
Defining Possible in a new era of deep space exploration.
Artemis I, the first integrated flight of the NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft, assembled and launched by Exploration Ground Systems, is the first mission of NASA’s Artemis program that will send the first woman and person of color to the Moon and humanity further into deep space than ever before. The Northrop Grumman twin five-segment solid rocket boosters will provide 75% percent of the rocket’s thrust at launch, and the attitude control motor and abort motor contributing to the Orion spacecraft’s Launch Abort System will be inert for this uncrewed test flight.
Artemis in the News
Northrop Grumman’s Boosters Ready to Launch a New Era of Deep Space Exploration for NASA’s Artemis Program
Northrop Grumman and NASA Successfully Test Space Launch System Booster
Northrop Grumman Successfully Tests Abort Motor for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft
Northrop Grumman Awarded NASA Booster Production and Operations Contract to Support Artemis Program
Watch the Artemis I Launch Here – Live!
Artemis Image Gallery
Below you will find an assortment of images of the Artemis Space Launch System. Click the arrows to manually go through each slide. High resolution images are available to download. Photo Credits: NASA/Northrop Grumman.