Reference Artemis 3 is a planned landing mission that will put humans on the surface of the moon. It is scheduled to touch down in 2025, assuming previous missions go to plan.
Scientists say a giant impact knocked off the raw ingredients for the moon off the primitive molten Earth and into orbit.
Reference Artemis 2 will launch a crew of astronauts to the moon's orbit in a system using the Space Launch System megarocket and Orion spacecraft.
NASA will unveil potential future landing sites for human return on the surface of the moon and you can watch the briefing on Space.com tomorrow (Aug. 19), or directly on the space agency's website.
Three mannequins and several biological and radiation experiments will assess the radiation environment near the moon during Artemis 1.
The OMOTENASHI mission is the only secondary payload on Artemis 1 that will have a controlled landing on the surface of the moon.
A small metal rod joined NASA's new moon-bound rocket for an overnight move to the launch pad, serving as a symbolic marker for the milestone event at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The Artemis 1 Space Launch System is on its way to the moon following its four-mile journey to a Kennedy Space Center launch pad.
Scientists will study the effects of radiation on yeast in preparation for long-duration crewed missions to deep space.
Reference Artemis 1 is the first stage of the Artemis program designed to return astronauts to the moon. The uncrewed mission will travel to the moon and back.
Students at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands are developing the world's smallest and lightest moon rover, called Lunar Zebro.
The Lunar IceCube and Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper (LunaH-Map) missions will search the moon for water using two different techniques.
A prototype of the lunar rover demonstrated its capabilities in navigating the moon's challenging terrain.
Engineers are testing a system designed to destroy NASA's massive Space Launch System moon rocket in case of a launch emergency.
NASA's moon megarocket prepares for launch, a Russian spacewalk aborts, and Mars explorers may harvest oxygen with plasma.
Check out the king of the planets meeting up with the moon on Aug. 14, throughout most of the night.