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Arkansas company to build vehicles for NASA’s manned lunar mission


THEIR TRIP IN VEHICLES MANUFACTURED BY A NORTHWEST ARKANSAS COMPANY. NASA HAS AWARDED “CANOO” A CONTRACT TO BUILD THE CL VEHICLES BRINGING CREW TO THE LAUNCH SITE OF THE ARTEMIS PROGRAM. ACCORDING TO A COMPANY PRESS RELEASE, THE VEHICLES WILL BE ALL-ELECTRIC. IC CANOO IS AN ELTRECIC VEHICLE COMPANY TRANSFERRING ITS HEADQUARTERS FROM CALIFORN TIAO TO NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. HE IS BUILDING A NEW CENTER

Northwest Arkansas company to build vehicles for NASA’s Artemis program

The next time NASA sends Americans to the moon, astronauts will begin their journey in vehicles made by a company in northwest Arkansas. NASA awarded Canoo a contract to build the vehicles bringing crews to the launch site for the Artemis program. Canoo workers will build the vehicle to transport astronauts fully clad in space suits. It will also bring flight support personnel and equipment to the launch site. According to a press release from the company, the vehicles will be fully electric. “NASA’s selection of our innovative technologies to take a diverse team of American astronauts to the moon showcases a strong commitment to sustainable transportation,” Canoo CEO Tony Aquila said in the statement. electric vehicle company that is moving its headquarters from California to northwest Arkansas. It is building a new central office in Bentonville, and it will also build facilities in Fayetteville and Pryor, Oklahoma. The Artemis program is an effort to bring humans at the south pole of the moon. NASA plans to launch Artemis 1 this year, which will not have a human crew. According to Space.com, it plans to land astronauts on the moon in Artemis 3 in 2025 or 2026. Humans have not set foot on the moon since the Apollo 17 mission in 1972. NASA is collecting names to put on a flash drive and sent to space on the Artemis 1 mission. NASA plans to use the program ms Artemis to prepare for a possible human landing on Mars.

The next time NASA sends Americans to the moon, astronauts will begin their journey in vehicles made by a company in northwest Arkansas.

NASA awarded Canoo a contract to build the vehicles bringing crews to the launch site for the Artemis program.

Canoo workers will build the vehicle to transport astronauts fully clad in space suits. It will also bring flight support personnel and equipment to the launch site.

According to a company press release, the vehicles will be fully electric.

“NASA’s selection of our innovative technologies to take a diverse team of American astronauts to the Moon demonstrates a strong commitment to sustainable transportation,” Canoo CEO Tony Aquila said in the statement.

Canoo is an electric vehicle company moving its headquarters from California to northwest Arkansas. It is building a new central office in Bentonville and will also build facilities in Fayetteville and Pryor, Oklahoma.

The Artemis program is an effort to bring humans to the south pole of the moon. NASA plans to launch Artemis 1 this year, which will not have a human crew. According to Space.com, it plans to land astronauts on the moon in Artemis 3 in 2025 or 2026.

Man has not set foot on the moon since the Apollo 17 mission in 1972.

NASA is collecting names to put on a USB stick and send into space on the Artemis 1 mission.

NASA plans to use the Artemis program to prepare for a possible human landing on Mars.


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