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Inside Orion: MailOnline provides a look at NASA's new human spaceship to see what it will be like for astronauts when they travel to the moon in 2024. The graphic above shows the four seats, although in this image there are three manikins which will be on board for the first uncrewed mission due to launch on Saturday. Also shown is the command console and space toilet

Inside $18 billion Orion spacecraft that will fly to the moon on Saturday as part of Artemis I

Considering 50 years have passed since man first walked on the moon, you’d be forgiven for thinking NASA’s new lunar spaceship hasn’t changed much from those heady days in the 60s and 70s. But although it retains the same conical shape that Apollo capsules had, Orion is vastly different inside and features technology that could …

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Contender: Kayla Barron, who has been an astronaut for five years, is the second youngest to be chosen for NASA's Artemis programme

Meet the hopeful astronauts vying to be the first WOMAN to walk on the moon

It has been more than half a century since humans first walked on the moon, with Neil Armstrong uttering those immortal words: ‘That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind’. Eleven more Americans followed, including Buzz Aldrin, Alan Shepard and Eugene Cernan, but all of them were men. Now, NASA is planning …

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