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  • Nasa's Artemis spacecraft has sent back images from the far side of the Moon, as it arrived at the lunar surface.

    The spacecraft flew over the landing sites of Apollo 11, 12 and 14 as it made the approach.

    "This is one of those days that you've been thinking about and dreaming about for a long, long time," flight director Zebulon Scoville said.

    If this mission is a success, astronauts will join the next one as early as 2024.

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    Nasa's Artemis spacecraft sends back images of Moon and Earth - BBC News

    Nasa's Artemis spacecraft has sent back images from the far side of the Moon, as it arrived at the lunar surface.

    The spacecraft flew over the landing sites of Apollo 11, 12 and 14 as it made the approach.

    "This is one of those days that you've been thinking about and dreaming about for a long, long time," flight director Zebulon Scoville said.

    If this mission is a success, astronauts will join the next one as early as 2024.

    Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

    #Nasa #Space #BBCNews

    Comments

    Howard & Erica says:

    🤗🙏🏼 thank you, as always sublime.

    Clifford Torres says:

    Amazing moon and earth for me

    J SUTCLIFFE says:

    Nasa’s Artemis spacecraft sends back images of Moon and Earth – BBC News 22.11.22 1233pm excellent!! we all love a bit of space travel…

    potatomato :p says:

    Once again, thank you cameraman for this and also witnessing the Big Bang 800 trillion years ago.

    Cameraman says:

    No problem 😉

    ATARI LEGEND says:

    @Cameraman lol

    Radif Nigmatullin says:

    That’s awesome by all means! Would like to see more footage of Moon surface, though!

    Chris Price says:

    It’s coming…..won’t be long bro till mankind is back there and taking our own photos 💙☮️💜

    Lao says:

    Soon we’ll be able to mine the moon for its valuable cheese deposits. Then, we can finally end world hunger here on Earth. Just as the visionaries Wallace and Gromit dreamed we’d achieve someday.

    The Official Retards Channel Deluxe says:

    Okay but then we’ll haft to deal with penguins evolving into intellect yet rebellious people

    Do you want a Penguin forcing you to rob a museum for its ancient diamonds?

    No didn’t think so

    Floyd Wynn-Jones says:

    omg! wow! amazing!

    Frank Cherry says:

    Well NASA has finally repeated what it did in 1966 with Luna 10! WoWoo! Not sure I would be bragging.

    Muru Roa says:

    I’m sure you’re the kind of guy who can fix it in your garage over the weekend. 😂

    AltraxX says:

    lol that animation of ur reporter standing on nothing didnt help at all +1 for effort tho 😂

    ATARI LEGEND says:

    It’s amazing that we are attempting to do something we achieved over 40 years ago. We should take 2 cars up there this time.

    Yvonne Plant says:

    It’s 50 years.

    ATARI LEGEND says:

    @Yvonne Plant Well we should be able to send a motorcycle up there too then. Jump some craters!

    Sunayo Carissime says:

    Be nice to return to the Moon, I’ll gladly be on of the first to volunteer for a possible Moon colony if and when it happens. I want to see stars outside the Earths surface, I heard stories from the Apollo missions that the stars on the dark side are the most spectacular.

    rondg2 says:

    so glad they didn’t call it the DARK side of the moon

    Jilly D says:

    Fascinating!! 🤔

    Mark Rich says:

    How come there aren’t any stars seen!

    Tony Williams says:

    Because to see the stars would need different exposure settings, which would mean the moon’s surface was just a bright glare.

    Firoze Bukht says:

    Forget about the journey to Mars as time is short running.

    Scott Maguire says:

    Why do they need all this data’ a thought they already been to the moon’ obviously not.

    Tony Williams says:

    Because this is totally different technology and needs to be assessed before sending humans.

    Peter Russell says:

    “Meewn”. Plus instant cut back to 2 humans talking about what we should be seeing.

    Jose Orta says:

    The need more communication satellites

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