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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #2 on: 06/28/2022 03:38 pm »
The fourth European Service Module structure to power astronauts on NASA's Orion spacecraft to the Moon completed at Thales Alenia Space site in Turin, Italy.

Credits: Thales Alenia Space
Jacques :-)

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #3 on: 06/28/2022 03:39 pm »
The fourth European Service Module structure to power astronauts on NASA's Orion spacecraft to the Moon completed at Thales Alenia Space site in Turin, Italy.

Credits: Thales Alenia Space
Jacques :-)

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #4 on: 06/28/2022 03:41 pm »
The fourth European Service Module structure to power astronauts on NASA's Orion spacecraft to the Moon completed at Thales Alenia Space site in Turin, Italy.

Credits: Thales Alenia Space
Jacques :-)

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #5 on: 06/28/2022 06:47 pm »
Europe's contribution to the ISS.  ??? >:( :-[ :-X

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #6 on: 07/21/2022 02:47 pm »
Not sure what you mean there, but if you mean ISS bartering this is not correct. ESM-4 is not part of the ISS bartering scheme.

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #7 on: 10/07/2022 01:31 pm »
ESM 4 shots released by ESA

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #8 on: 11/22/2022 03:43 am »
Since SpaceX's Starship Human Landing System will be used during all Artemis missions beginning with Artemis 3 to take crewmembers from the Orion module to the HLS, is it reasonable to assume that an access point is being fabricated for the Artemis 4 Orion module to enable the crew to gain access to the HLS lunar lander?
« Last Edit: 11/22/2022 03:51 am by Vahe231991 »

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Re: EM-4/Artemis 4 Orion Service Module updates
« Reply #9 on: 05/31/2023 01:48 pm »
Orion European Service Module-4 logo
30/05/2023

Logo for the fourth European Service Module (ESM) that is powering NASA's Orion spacecraft to send humans into space and the Moon as part of the Artemis programme. It is designed to send astronauts farther into space than ever before, beyond the Moon and to the lunar Gateway.

ESA has designed and is overseeing the development of Orion’s service module, the part of the spacecraft that supplies air, electricity and propulsion. Much like a train engine pulls passenger carriages and supplies power, the European Service Module will take the Orion capsule to its destination and back.

The Orion spacecraft is built by NASA with ESA providing the service module. The arrangement stems from the international partnership for the International Space Station. NASA’s decision to cooperate with ESA on a critical element for the mission is a strong sign of trust and confidence in ESA’s capabilities.

More than 20 companies around Europe are now building the European Service Modules as NASA works on Orion and the Space Launch System.
Jacques :-)

 

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