Liftoff for Artemis I, marking the dawn of a new era of deep space exploration!!

Early in the morning on November 16th, the world’s most powerful rocket, SLS, lifted the most advanced human-rated deep space spacecraft to date, Orion, to the Moon. Prior to returning to Earth on December 11th, Orion will test NASA’s newest systems for human space exploration outside of Low Earth Orbit for the first time in over 50 years.

Nearly 30,000 people have worked to make the Artemis I mission possible, including many Red Canyon engineers! Since 2007, our team supported our customers by contributing to Orion’s Launch Abort System, the structural design and analysis, the Assembly, Test, and Launch Operations (ATLO), and much more!

Red Canyon is both honored and humbled by the opportunity to help expand humanity’s reach into the cosmos. Thank you to our engineers and customers for all of their hard work! Check out the links below to learn more:

Liftoff! NASA’s Artemis I Mega Rocket Launches Orion to Moon

Artemis Real-Time Orbit Website (AROW)

Artemis I – Nasa

Artemis Partners

Artemis 1

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