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    1986年01月28日
    上昇続けるブースター スペースシャトル爆発事故

    米スペースシャトル・チャレンジャー号の空中爆発後も上昇を続ける2本の固体ロケットブースター=1986(昭和61)年1月28日、米フロリダ州ケネディ宇宙センター上空(ロイター・サン=共同)

    商品コード: 2018041000149

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    1986年01月29日
    上昇を続けるブースター チャレンジャー爆発事故

    チャレンジャー空中爆発後も上昇を続ける2本の固体ロケットブースター=1986(昭和61)年1月28日(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1986012950001

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    1999年11月15日
    ブースターを分離 多目的衛星打ち上げに失敗

    固体ロケットブースターを切り離し上昇するH2ロケット8号機(右上の白点)。この後一段ロケットの主エンジンが突然停止した=15日午後4時32分、種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 1999111500128

  • 切り離されるブースター H2A3号機を打ち上げ
    2002年09月10日
    切り離されるブースター H2A3号機を打ち上げ

    上昇するH2Aロケット3号機(下)から切り離される固体ロケットブースター=10日午後5時21分、鹿児島県・種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2002091000139

  • 打ち上げ直後のH2A 固体ブースターを捜索へ
    2003年12月08日
    打ち上げ直後のH2A 固体ブースターを捜索へ

    打ち上げ直後のH2Aロケット6号機。中央が失敗原因となった可能性が強い固体ロケットブースター=11月29日、鹿児島県・種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2003120800279

  • 出港する「新世丸」 H2A失敗で調査船出港
    2003年12月24日
    出港する「新世丸」 H2A失敗で調査船出港

    固体ロケットブースターを落下海域で捜索するため出港する調査船「新世丸」=24日午後、神奈川県横須賀市平成町

    商品コード: 2003122400141

  • 外部燃料タンク 燃料タンクとロケット結合
    2005年03月02日
    外部燃料タンク 燃料タンクとロケット結合

    米航空宇宙局ケネディ宇宙センターの組み立て棟内で、巨大クレーンを使って2本の固体ロケットブースターの間に慎重に降ろされる米スペースシャトルの外部燃料タンクと作業を見守る技術者ら(NASA提供・共同)

    商品コード: 2005030200045

  • 切り離されるブースター 衛星「みちびき」打ち上げ
    2010年09月11日
    切り離されるブースター 衛星「みちびき」打ち上げ

    上昇するH2Aロケット(右下の光)から切り離される固体ロケットブースター=11日午後8時18分、鹿児島県・種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2010091100524

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    2011年09月23日
    ブースター切り離すH2A 情報収集衛星を打ち上げ

    2本の固体ロケットブースターを切り離し、上昇を続けるH2Aロケット19号機(右)=23日午後1時39分、鹿児島県・種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2011092300177

  • ブースター切り離すH2A ひまわり8号打ち上げ成功
    2014年10月07日
    ブースター切り離すH2A ひまわり8号打ち上げ成功

    2本の固体ロケットブースターを切り離し、上昇を続けるH2Aロケット25号機(下)=7日午後2時17分、鹿児島県の種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2014100700424

  • ブースター分離するH2A はやぶさ2、軌道に
    2014年12月03日
    ブースター分離するH2A はやぶさ2、軌道に

    小惑星探査機「はやぶさ2」を搭載して上昇中に、固体ロケットブースターを分離する、H2Aロケット26号機(下)=3日午後1時24分、鹿児島県の種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2014120300539

  • ブースター分離のH2A 情報収集衛星打ち上げ
    2015年02月01日
    ブースター分離のH2A 情報収集衛星打ち上げ

    情報収集衛星レーダー予備機を搭載して打ち上げられ、上昇中に固体ロケットブースターを分離するH2Aロケット27号機(左)=1日午前10時23分、鹿児島県の種子島宇宙センター

    商品コード: 2015020100125

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2015年10月01日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    October 1, 2015 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - Technicians at Orbital ATK in Promontory, Utah, offload the aft dome that will be used on one of the two, five-segment solid rocket boosters for the first flight of NASA‘s new rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS). The boosters operate in parallel with the main engines for the first two minutes of flight to provide the thrust needed for the launch vehicle to escape the gravitational pull of Earth. The aft dome is a component of the aft segment of the booster, which is located at the bottom of the booster during flight. The flight hardware is being processed at Orbital ATK‘s facility. Later, the motor segments will be transported by rail to NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where they will join the forward and aft skirt assemblies. Once the boosters are assembled and checked out, they will be mated with the SLS core stage in the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kenned (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press ...

    商品コード: 2022081913100

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2017年11月14日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    November 14, 2017 - Utah, USA - Nozzle Assemblies Complete for Exploration Mission-1 Solid Rocket Boosters. Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket booster prime contractor Orbital ATK recently completed work at its Utah facilities on the booster nozzles for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), the first flight of SLS and the Orion spacecraft. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081905270

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2019年12月09日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    December 9, 2019 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - The two Northrop Grumman-manufactured aft exit cones for the Space Launch System‘s solid rocket boosters arrived at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The left aft exit cone (in the background) arrived Nov. 4 and the right aft exit cone (in front) arrived Dec. 9, 2019. Both were shipped by truck from Promontory, Utah. Upon arrival, the exit cones were transported to the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility (RPSF) where they will be checked out and prepared for the Artemis I uncrewed test flight. The aft exit cones sit at the bottommost part of each of the twin boosters and are attached to the nozzle. The exit cones help provide added thrust for the boosters, while protecting the aft skirts from the thermal environment during launch. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081905052

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2020年05月26日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    May 26, 2020 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - As it soars off the launch pad for the Artemis I missions, NASA‘s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket is powered by two solid rocket boosters. Critical parts of the booster will soon head to NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida in preparation for the Artemis I launch. Specialized transporters move each of the 10 solid rocket motor segments from the Northrop Grumman facility in their Promontory Point, Utah, to a departure point where they will leave for NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The cross-country journey is an important milestone toward the first launch of NASA‘s Artemis lunar program. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081905007

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2020年06月09日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    June 9, 2020 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - Inside the Booster Fabrication Facility at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Artemis I aft skirts for the agency‘s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket‘s twin solid rocket boosters are being readied for their move to the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility (RPSF) on June 9, 2020. In view, the left aft skirt assembly is attached to a move vehicle and moved out of a test cell. The aft skirts were refurbished by Northrop Grumman. They house the thrust vector control system, which controls 70 percent of the steering during initial ascent of the SLS rocket. The segments will remain in the RPSF until ready for stacking with the forward and aft parts of the booster on the mobile launcher in High Bay 3 of the Vehicle Assembly Building. Through the Artemis Program, NASA is working to land the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081902173

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2020年06月11日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    June 11, 2020 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - Two 177-foot-tall solid rocket boosters help launch NASA‘s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket on the Artemis missions to the Moon. Each booster is made up of several large structures that are assembled and prepared for launch by the Exploration Ground Systems team at the agency‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081905021

  • Northrop Grumman FSB-1 Booster Test for NASA‘s SLS Booster Test for Future Space Launch System Flights NASA SPACE
    2020年09月08日
    Northrop Grumman FSB-1 Booster Test for NASA‘s SLS Booster Test for Future Space Launch System Flights NASA SPACE

    The first solid rocket booster test for Space Launch System (SLS) missions beyond Artemis III is seen here during a two-minute hot fire test, Wednesday, September 2, 2020, at the T-97 Northrop Grumman test facility in Promontory, Utah. The flight support booster is structurally identical to each of the five-segment solid rocket boosters on the SLS rocket and produces more than 75 percent of the rocket‘s thrust capability. NASA/UPI Photo via Newscom、クレジット:NASA/UPI/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020091205687

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2020年11月23日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    November 23, 2020 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - The aft segments of the Space Launch System solid rocket boosters for the Artemis I mission moves from high bay 4 inside the VAB for stacking on the mobile launcher inside high bay 3. Artemis I is the first in a series of increasingly complex missions that will enable human exploration to the Moon and Mars. 2022‘s first SLS launch to moon with be unmanned. In 2024 NASA plans to send the first woman to the moon. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081901278

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2020年11月25日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    November 25, 2020 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - Eight rocket motor segments for the first flight of NASA‘s Space Launch System (SLS) are lined up in preparation for stacking at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. As each segment completed processing, workers moved them to the surge bay at Kennedy‘s Rotation, Processing, and Surge Facility. Each of the fully assembled, 177-foot-tall solid rocket boosters on SLS produce more than 3.6 million pounds of thrust and together provide more than 75% of the total thrust during the first two minutes of launch and flight. The booster segments will help power the first Artemis mission of NASA‘s Artemis program with the SLS rocket. NASA‘s Exploration Ground Systems team transported the motor segments to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), and will use a crane to lift the booster segments and stack them one by one on the mobile launcher. The bottom section of the boosters, known as the aft assemblies, were completed in November and moved to the VAB, and the...

    商品コード: 2022081902190

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2021年03月02日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    March 2, 2021 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - NASA‘s Exploration Ground Systems team at the agency‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida has completed stacking the solid rocket boosters that will help power NASA‘s Space Launch System rocket for Artemis I, the first integrated lunar mission of SLS and NASA‘s Orion spacecraft through the agency‘s Artemis program. Technicians placed the forward nose assemblies on top of the forward booster motor segments of each booster March 2 and 3. The fully assembled boosters are the largest, most powerful solid rocket boosters ever built for spaceflight. Each five-segment solid rocket booster will produce more than 3.6 million pounds of thrust to propel NASA‘s Artemis missions beyond Earth‘s orbit to the Moon. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081902266

  •  Stacking Complete for Twin Space Launch System Rocket Boosters
    2021年03月03日
    Stacking Complete for Twin Space Launch System Rocket Boosters

    March 3, 2021, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, United States: NASA announced 9 Mar, 2021, stacking is complete for the twin Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters for NASAââ¬â¢s Artemis I mission...This picture taken on March 3, 2021, shows the Space Launch System twin solid rocket boosters are fully assembled and stacked on the mobile launcher inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASAââ¬â¢s Kennedy Space Center in Florida...Over several weeks, workers used one of five massive cranes to place 10 booster segments and nose assemblies on the mobile launcher inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at NASAââ¬â¢s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Engineers with Exploration Ground Systems placed the first segment on Nov. 21, 2020, and continued the process until the final nose assembly was placed on March 2. Prior to the arrival of the core stage, the team will finish installing electrical instrumentation and pyrotechnics, then test the systems on the boosters. When the SLS core stage arrives at K...

    商品コード: 2021031010663

  •  Solid Rocket Boosters For NASAÕs Artemis I mission
    2021年03月03日
    Solid Rocket Boosters For NASAÕs Artemis I mission

    March 3, 2021 - KSC, Florida, USA - Stacking is complete for the twin Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters for NASA‘s Artemis I mission. Over several weeks, workers used one of five massive cranes to place 10 booster segments and nose assemblies on the mobile launcher inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Engineers with Exploration Ground Systems placed the first segment on Nov. 21, 2020, and continued the process until the final nose assembly was placed on March 2. Prior to the arrival of the core stage, the team will finish installing electrical instrumentation and pyrotechnics, then test the systems on the boosters. When the SLS core stage arrives at Kennedy, technicians will transport it to the VAB, and then stack it on the mobile launcher between the two boosters. The SLS will be the most powerful rocket in the world, producing up to 8.8 million pounds of thrust during its Artemis I launch. (Credit Image: © NASA/Isaac Watson/ZUMA Wire/ZUMAPRES...

    商品コード: 2021040809292

  •  1978: Enterprise Arrives for Vibration Testing
    2021年03月18日
    1978: Enterprise Arrives for Vibration Testing

    March 18, 2021, Redstone Arsenal Airfield, Alabama, USA: Image Released Today: On March 18, 1978, space shuttle Enterprise arrived at NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center for mated vertical ground vibration testing, which marked the first time the entire shuttle compliment, orbiter, external tank, and solid rocket boosters, were mated vertically. Here, Enterprise is offloaded at Redstone Arsenal Airfield before being moved to Marshall‘s Dynamic Test Stand. Today, Marshall is playing a vital role in the Artemis program by developing the Space Launch System, the backbone of NASA‘s exploration plans and the only rocket capable of sending humans to the Moon and Mars.Ê (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Wire/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Wire/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021032206724

  •  BIZ-SCI-NASA-BOEING-OS
    2021年03月24日
    BIZ-SCI-NASA-BOEING-OS

    March 24, 2021, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA: In this view inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida in March, work continues on the ‘‘stack‘‘ of the two, 177-foot tall solid rocket boosters to be used in NASA‘s SLS Artemis 1 moon mission. (Credit Image: © Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121809908

  •  USA News - March 24, 2021
    2021年03月25日
    USA News - March 24, 2021

    March 24, 2021, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA: An interior view of the cavernous Vehicle Assembly Building, as work continues on the ‘‘stack‘‘ of the two, 177-foot tall solid rocket boosters that will be used in NASA‘s SLS Artemis 1 moon mission, Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. (Credit Image: © Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022072214204

  •  US-NEWS-BIDEN-BUDGET-NASA-OS
    2021年04月12日
    US-NEWS-BIDEN-BUDGET-NASA-OS

    April 12, 2021, USA: In this view inside the Vehicle Assembly Building, work continues on the \u00d2stack‘‘ of the two, 177-foot tall solid rocket boosters that will be used in NASA\u00d5s SLS Artemis 1 moon mission, Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. The boosters are made up of five motor segments and a nose cone and will provide 75% of the thrust during launch, which is currently scheduled for a test flight, without a crew, in November. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/TNS) \r\r (Credit Image: © TNS via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©TNS via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041302436

  •  US-NEWS-SCI-NASA-BOEING-OS
    2021年04月22日
    US-NEWS-SCI-NASA-BOEING-OS

    April 21, 2021: In this view inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida in March, work continues on the ‘‘stack‘‘ of the two, 177-foot tall solid rocket boosters to be used in NASA‘s SLS Artemis 1 moon mission. (Credit Image: © Joe Burbank/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Joe Burbank/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121809829

  •  USA News - April 21, 2021
    2021年04月22日
    USA News - April 21, 2021

    April 21, 2021: An interior view of the cavernous Vehicle Assembly Building, as work continues on the ‘‘stack‘‘ of the two, 177-foot tall solid rocket boosters that will be used in NASA‘s SLS Artemis 1 moon mission, March 24, 2021, at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. The boosters are made up of five motor segments and a nose cone and will provide 75% of the thrust during launch, which is currently scheduled for a test flight, without a crew, in November. (Credit Image: © Joe Burbank/ via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Joe Burbank/ via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022072214242

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2021年04月29日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    April 29, 2021 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - NASA‘s Space Launch System (SLS) core stage for the Artemis I mission arrived on April 27, 2021, at the agency‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The core stage arrived aboard the Pegasus barge from NASA‘s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi to Kennedy‘s Launch Complex 39 turn basin wharf. The core stage is shown being transported into the iconic Vehicle Assembly Building on a self-propelled module transporter on April 29, 2021. Teams from the center‘s Exploration Ground Systems and contractor Jacobs will perform checkouts ahead of integrating the massive rocket stage with the twin solid rocket boosters, Orion spacecraft, and additional flight hardware ahead of the Artemis I launch. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022081902095

  •  NASA‘s Artemis Rocket Boosters Ready For Assembly
    2021年10月27日
    NASA‘s Artemis Rocket Boosters Ready For Assembly

    October 27, 2021, Promontory, Utah, United Kingdom: Casting and assembly of solid rocket booster, shown here, for the Artemis IV mission is underway at Northrop Grummanââ¬â¢s factory in Promontory, Utah. The booster motors for Artemis II and Artemis III have completed casting and are ready to go to NASAââ¬â¢s Kennedy Space Center where they will be assembled with other booster hardware being prepared for the missions...NASA teams continue to prepare their Space Launch System (SLS) rocket for its debut flight with the launch of Artemis I, NASA and its partners across the country have made great progress building the rocket for Artemis II, the first crewed Artemis mission. The team is also manufacturing and testing major parts for Artemis missions III, IV and V...ââ¬ÅThe Space Launch System team is not just building one rocket but manufacturing several rockets for exploration missions and future SLS flights beyond the initial Artemis launch,ââ¬Â said John Honeycutt, SLS program manager at NASAââ¬â¢s Mar...

    商品コード: 2022011404734

  •  James Webb Telescope Launch
    2021年12月25日
    James Webb Telescope Launch

    December 25, 2021, Kourou, French Guiana: Steam and smoke from Arianespace‘s Ariane 5 Vulcain engine, center, and two solid rocket boosters, is seen as it launches with NASAs James Webb Space Telescope onboard, Saturday, Dec. 25, 2021, from the ELA-3 Launch Zone of Europes Spaceport at the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou, French Guiana. The James Webb Space Telescope (sometimes called JWST or Webb) is a large infrared telescope with a 21.3 foot (6.5 meter) primary mirror. The observatory will study every phase of cosmic history from within our solar system to the most distant observable galaxies in the early universe. (Credit Image: © Bill Ingalls/NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©Bill Ingalls/NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022082311961

  •  Artemis 1: NASA Moon Rocket Ready For Maiden Flight
    2022年03月14日
    Artemis 1: NASA Moon Rocket Ready For Maiden Flight

    March 14, 2022, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA: Inside High Bay 3 of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, application of the NASA worm logo is complete on the second of two solid rocket boosters for the Artemis I Space Launch System. The SLS and Orion spacecraft are stacked in the high bay and ready for rollout to Launch Complex 39B for a wet dress rehearsal. Artemis I will be the first integrated test of the SLS and Orion spacecraft. In later missions, NASA will land the first woman and the first person of color on the surface of the Moon, paving the way for a long-term lunar presence and serving as a steppingstone on the way to Mars. (Credit Image: © Kim Shiflett/NASA via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Kim Shiflett/NASA via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ ※08/03/2029

    商品コード: 2022081901626

  •  Artemis I Launch Rehearsal First Rollout
    2022年03月14日
    Artemis I Launch Rehearsal First Rollout

    March 14, 2022 - Cape Canaveral, Florida, U.S. - Inside High Bay 3 of the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, application of the NASA worm logo is complete on the second of two solid rocket boosters for the Artemis I Space Launch System on March 14, 2022. The SLS and Orion spacecraft are stacked in the high bay and ready for rollout to Launch Complex 39B for a wet dress rehearsal. Artemis I will be the first integrated test of the SLS and Orion spacecraft. In later missions, NASA will land the first woman and the first person of color on the surface of the Moon, paving the way for a long-term lunar presence and serving as a steppingstone on the way to Mars. Kim Shiflett (Credit Image: © Kim Shiflett/NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©Kim Shiflett/NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ ※AFS 8/101 - Permanent

    商品コード: 2022032310232

  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2022年04月27日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    April 27, 2022 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - The core stage of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket for NASA‘s Artemis I mission has been placed on the mobile launcher in between the twin solid rocket boosters inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center. The boosters attach at the engine and intertank sections of the core stage. Serving as the backbone of the rocket, the core stage supports the weight of the payload, upper stage, and crew vehicle, as well as carrying the thrust of its four engines and two five-segment solid rocket boosters. After the core stage arrived on April 27, engineers with Exploration Ground Systems and contractor Jacobs brought the core stage into the VAB for processing work and then lifted it into place with one of the five overhead cranes in the facility. (Credit Image: © NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon
    2022年08月09日
    Artemis 1: Unmanned Mission To The Moon

    August 9, 2022 - Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA - NASA‘s Space Launch System (SLS) is the most powerful rocket NASA has ever built. It is the only rocket that can send the Orion spacecraft, astronauts, and supplies beyond Earth‘s orbit to the Moon on a single mission.Each major element of SLS the core stage, RS-25 engines, solid rocket boosters, interim cryogenic propulsion stage, launch vehicle stage adapter, and Orion stage adapter serves a unique purpose. The first flight of SLS Artemis I will launch from NASA‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida and send an uncrewed Orion spacecraft to lunar orbit, marking the beginning of humanity‘s return to the Moon. (Credit Image: © Kevin O‘Brien/NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©Kevin O’Brien/NASA/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com/共同通信イメージズ

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