In 1975, NASA launched the iconic “worm” logo. In 1992, the agency launched a new logo with clearer edges and corners. But on Wednesday, NASA announced plans for the Artemis I moon mission to return to the classic red paint. Interestingly, the old version of the red logo has already been used on the Falcon 9 rocket used for the launch of SpaceX dragon manned spacecraft, which was tested in May this year. < / P > < p > the classic logo obviously brought good luck to SpaceX. In May, two astronauts arrived at the international space station in the demo-2 dragon spacecraft. < / P > < p > as the first Artemis exploration mission to return to the moon, NASA chose to take Orion spacecraft to the moon with SLS rocket. < / P > < p > if all goes well, NASA will launch Artemis I in the second half of 2021, laying the foundation for the goal of returning to the moon in 2024. < / P > < p > “after 30 years, this famous logo is finally back in use. For all of us involved in the original design, it’s an impressive and exciting return. “. Privacy Policy

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