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Artemis I: Orion Reaches Destination to Orbit the Moon

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NASA's Orion spacecraft made the closest approach to Moon on November 22 at a distance of 130 km(s) The US space agency on Saturday successfully performed a burn to insert Orion spacecraft into lunar orbit. Orion will fly about 40,000 miles (64,400 km) above the Moon.
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NASA’s Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon as $4bn mission reaches half-way point

NASA’s Orion capsule has entered an orbit stretching tens of thousands of miles around the moon, as it neared the halfway mark of its test flight.

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Artemis I: Orion Reaches Destination to Orbit the Moon

The US space agency on Saturday successfully performed a burn to insert Orion spacecraft under the Artemis I Moon mission into lunar orbit and Orion will fly about 40,000 miles (64,400 kms) above the moon. - Articles from The Weather Channel

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