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撰文:成依華出版:2022-11-16 15:05更新:2022-11-16 15:13

經歷重重波折後,美國太空總署(NASA)的阿提密斯1號(Artemis I,又譯阿爾忒彌斯1號,阿提米絲1號,月亮女神1號)計劃在11月16日終於展開,全名為太空發射系統(簡稱SLS)的重型火箭會運載獵戶座(Orion)太空船發射升空飛向月球。NASA在之前曾兩度在發射前因技術問題叫停計劃。

「阿提密斯一號」計劃被視為美國正式重返月球計劃中的第一步,也是兩年後再送太空人登月的預演。

在任務中,被稱為NASA 「史上最強」的火箭SLS會運載獵戶座(Orion)太空船升空,太空船脫離運載火箭之後,將環繞月球飛行。
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晨早起身 (英國時間) 睇 NASA 直播。

美國重返月球第一步。Artemis 同 Apollo 任務不同之處在於 Artemis 係以喺月球建立基地,供太空人長期居留為目標。

太空站? 呢啲幾十年前嘅嘢仲玩?

新聞來源連結:
https://www.hk01.com/即時國際/809032/阿提密斯征月-nasa火箭終成功升空-美國時隔50年重啟探月時代

[ 本帖最後由 hfceddie 於 2022-11-16 15:50 編輯 ]



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美國又再次出擊,再次遠遠拋離中國,五十年後新時代科技,可以建成維園般大太空基地,為人類帶來新希望


英國人或BNO人又可以為美國主子感到自豪,不過唔好太張揚,近期英國係印度裔揸旗,驚佢唔開心


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美國正式重返月球計劃中的第一步<<<


50年前第一步就成功人類登月,仲可以月球渣車、用菲林相機影相、拍片、仲可以月球拍住返回倉月球升空送返太空人返黎,都係一次成功唔駛研究和預演,而且太空人既攝影技術仲幾好添…好清楚,…
仲可以直播返地球添…



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原帖由 hfceddie 於 2022-11-16 15:38 發表
America is great !!!  We rise together, back to the moon and beyond !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wq_vY-CUusA
大陸真失敗,人哋美國一拖再拖,成功射到支老爺庫存火箭,靠傳媒包裝,變成美國大成功,要全世界慶祝,大陸成功將世界最重的太空站倉段上太空,反而世界無乜報導,可見大陸在宣傳方面,差老美幾條街。



好感動~ 本美國護照又發出刺眼光亡


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原帖由 Coke_duo 於 2022-11-16 15:50 發表
美國正式重返月球計劃中的第一步<<<


50年前第一步就成功人類登月,仲可以月球渣車、用菲林相機影相、拍片、仲可以月球拍住返回倉月球升空送返太空人返黎,都係一次成功唔駛研究和預演,而且太空人既攝影技術仲幾好添…好清楚,…
仲可以直播返地球添…
你講咁多都冇用,中國嫦娥二號已經話清楚見到美國太空人登月嘅足跡。

騰訊新聞: 嫦娥二號全月圖拍到當年阿波羅11號登月遺蹟

"在7米分辨率全月球影像圖上,可分辨出阿波羅11、12、14、15、17、18六艘飛船登陸月球的遺蹟

"令人驚嘆的是,在7米分辨率全月球影像圖上,甚至可分辨出阿波羅11號登陸月球的遺蹟。專家介紹說,與低分辨率相比,高分辨率全月球影像圖可以獲得月球構造的更多細節,能夠識別和統計更多的月面撞擊坑,從而獲得更為精細的月球年代學數據,為月球構造演化的研究提供更細的時間標尺。"

https://news.qq.com/a/20120207/000750.htm

[ 本帖最後由 hfceddie 於 2022-11-16 16:30 編輯 ]



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原帖由 hfceddie 於 2022-11-16 15:36 發表


撰文:成依華出版:2022-11-16 15:05更新:2022-11-16 15:13

經歷 ...
50年前登月,50年後依家再要加兩年先有機會再登月,即技術比50年前起碼再倒退多兩年
做好意思講出來
唔怕被人笑

[ 本帖最後由 kklkenny 於 2022-11-16 16:02 編輯 ]



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Artemis I mission takes flight in historic leap forward for NASA’s moon program
By Jackie Wattles and Ashley Strickland, CNN
Updated 2:47 AM EST, Wed November 16, 2022


The historic Artemis I mission took flight in the early hours of Wednesday morning after months of anticipation. The milestone event kicked off a journey that will send an uncrewed spacecraft around the moon, paving the way for NASA to return astronauts to the lunar surface for the first time in half a century.

The towering, 322-foot-tall (98-meter-tall) Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket lit its engines at 1:47 a.m. ET. It emitted up to 9 million pounds (4.1 million kilograms) of thrust to haul itself off the launchpad in Florida and into the air, streaking vibrantly across the night sky.

Atop the rocket was the Orion spacecraft, a gumdrop-shaped capsule that broke away from the rocket after reaching space. Orion is designed to carry humans, but its passengers for this test mission are of the inanimate variety, including some mannequins collecting vital data to help future live crews.

The SLS rocket expended millions of pounds of fuel before parts of the rocket began breaking away, and Orion is now soaring through orbit with just one large engine. That engine will emit two powerful burns over the next couple of hours to put the spacecraft on the correct trajectory toward the moon. Then, about two hours after liftoff, the rocket engine will also fall away, and Orion will be left to free-fly for the remainder of its journey.

Orion is expected to log roughly 1.3 million miles (2 million kilometers), taking a path that will lead it farther than any other spacecraft designed for human flight has traveled, according to NASA. After orbiting the moon, Orion will make its return trip, completing its journey in about 25.5 days. The capsule is then scheduled to splash down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of San Diego on December 11, when recovery teams will be waiting nearby to haul it to safety.

Throughout the mission, NASA engineers will be keeping a close eye on the spacecraft's performance. The team will evaluate whether Orion performs as intended and will be ready to support its first crewed mission to lunar orbit, which is currently scheduled for 2024.

This mission also marks the debut flight of the SLS rocket as the most powerful ever to reach Earth's orbit, boasting 15% more thrust than the Saturn V rocket that powered NASA’s 20th century moon landings.



The NASA Space Launch System rocket is seen on November 15 as Artemis I teams load propellants during launch countdown at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.Joel Kowsky/NASAAnd this mission is just the first in what’s expected to be a long series of increasingly difficult Artemis missions as NASA works toward its goal of establishing a permanent outpost at the moon. Artemis II will follow a similar path as Artemis I but will have astronauts on board. Artemis III, slated for later this decade, is expected to land a woman and a person of color on the lunar surface for the first time.

https://edition.cnn.com/2022/11/16/world/artemis-1-launch-nasa-scn/index.html
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Artemis I, II, III, 載人登月3部曲。

[ 本帖最後由 hfceddie 於 2022-11-16 16:10 編輯 ]



終於發射成功喇,幾時降落月球,會唔會與中國嘅嫦娥號相會

啊,嫦娥號係咪已經飛返地球喇,緣慳一面

老美嘅太空船今次是否只繞月飛行,並無計劃降落月球呀,請樓主說明一下好嗎

[ 本帖最後由 ansonkpl 於 2022-11-16 16:17 編輯 ]



睇得出香討老友eddie幾為美國感到自豪


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原帖由 身民主持係大晒 於 2022-11-16 16:14 發表
睇得出香討老友eddie幾為美國感到自豪
我一向為文明國家嘅成就感到自豪,關乎人類未來褔祉。

今次任務好似有16個國家參與,直播都見法國 Airbus 一班員工都睇直播。

"Artemis is led by the US, with participation by the European Space Agency and many other friendly nations including Australia."

[ 本帖最後由 hfceddie 於 2022-11-16 16:21 編輯 ]



幾經艱辛終於成功升空上月球!
乜吾係50年前已成功既事?點解今日咁艱難🤔



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希望唔洗等多廿年才登月!


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