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Next time you turn on the faucet, I want you to take a closer look at the shape of the water flowing into the sink. A much larger version of the shape that you see, in the form of an allegoric huge balloon, is protecting us, our sun, and all the planets that revolve around it, from the destructive forces of the universe. On the 16th of November 2022, a new page in the history of space opened. Name of the episode: Artemis. I livestreamed the journey of the world's most powerful rocket, SLS, and the Orion capsule that it carries, in a broadcast that lasted more than 5 hours. We had this excitement together with you. There are a total of 16 cameras inside and outside the Orion spacecraft, which is heading towards the moon. Cameras on solar panels took and sent us images of the Earth. Orion is now out of Earth's balloon right now. It entered the moon's balloon. Or pretty close to there. You can follow Its location in real time from the link I left in the description section. On Monday, November 21, it will pass within 100 kilometers and continue its movement in a special orbit. And it will go as far as 64 thousand kilometers from the Moon and return. This is a record. Because the Apollo spacecraft, which went there with astronauts in 1969, remained in a much closer orbit to the Moon. When two astronauts landed on the Moon with the lunar module, the only person left behind was the first human to reach the furthest point from Earth while waiting for his friends in orbit. He was also the loneliest person. We live in the world balloon. We were able to send a vehicle, designed in a way that people could live in it, to the farthest point to date, to that lunar balloon. And It's still on the way there right now. There are also spacecraft specially designed not to carry people, and where we send them there are much different, much larger balloons. Now, we're going to take a trip through space/time to show you these balloons. We'll go back exactly 16 years from now. Everything you're watching right now is based on real data. Our journey will begin in November 2006.
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