170: It Flew
Fri, November 18, 2022
Podchat Summary
In the latest episode of Lift Off, Jason and Stephen delve into the recent launch of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. They discuss the challenges faced during the launch, including hydrogen leaks that had to be resolved before the countdown could resume. The significance of the SLS rocket and its role in future space exploration missions, such as the Artemis program, is also explored. The Artemis-1 mission, which was uncrewed, involved the Orion capsule orbiting the moon for six days before returning to Earth. The mission served as a test run for future crewed missions to the moon. The inclusion of CubeSats in the mission, which are small satellites used for research and experimentation, is also mentioned. Overall, Jason and Stephen express their excitement about the successful launch and the future of space exploration. Tune in to this episode to learn more about the recent launch and the future of space exploration.
Original Show Notes
In the early morning of November 16, the SLS launched for the very first time.
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