Project Artemis: A space technology campaign

Private sectors have been the backbone for all space expeditions.

Since most critics are commenting on the U.S’ move for project Artemis, they see the volume of resources used by the public government. A lot of questions are emerging, especially in taking the path of space technology. NASA’s efforts to bestow the future of the space market are dedicated to a wider space exploration not only for a lunar expedition but also uncovering Mars’ wellspring of life.

The Artemis program is NASA’s new novelty because they foresee an expansion of the space economy. In recognition of Neil Armstrong’s first space journey on the moon’s surface, NASA is looking forward to the next space flight. Given that they only have what it takes to execute the Artemis program, this is still seen as America’s next epic anecdote.

It all comes from the leadership of NASA through the Space Launch Systems. Even after the Saturn V rocket’s flight, there were no new inventions that could carry the astronauts to the side of the moon. The results of this space flight are yet to be seen for the next few years. The rest of the economic growth will also have new ideas and elements provided that the government has its open arms.

Dynamic cultivation of innovation

In the 1940s, the technology era began with great scientists’ inventions. But the dispute of benefits from public and private sectors that is being questioned today did not matter at those times. Hence, the ENIAC, the first well-known electronic computer, was invested in by the public sector. But the usage for commercial establishments did not reflect any of it. And here comes the invention of a transistor in the 20th century by following the timetable since the ENIAC of John Brainerd and Herman Goldstine.

While in the engineering of circuits to power up such inventions, large companies, particularly Fairchild Semiconductor, began to respond to the Apollo program. The continuance of innovation began to step up after 15 years, motivating these companies to participate in the cultivation of orbital technology.

Combining the space and the web

Considering the improvement of technology by means of system reliability, NASA has activated a drop in the rate of a microprocessor from a thousand dollars to $2 just in the year 1969. It did not mean that the low prices for these timely inventions created a huge and competitive market. Still, it increased its reliability and capabilities significantly, paving the way to the Information Age.

In 1991, CERN based in Europe introduced the World Wide Web, in simple terms, the Internet. This podium for the success of technology became a tool for all businesses today, especially for the space market. One in a specific area is the communication protocols that the U.S. Defense Department endorsed. And because of the power of the internet in today’s generation,

the launching of Artemis and the Mars discovery has unveiled a continuous growth of the market given by the support and leadership of the residing government. Many activities in line with space technology are now being brought to the grounds of NASA involving the Space Launch System fire test, boosters, and ongoing assembly of the Orion spacecraft.

The Artemis

For every new invention, new research, or even a newborn industry for the space market, more and more feedbacks are arising against them. Even if it is for the betterment of the future, some will not understand. But the most important contribution in the progress of the space economy is the support from the government and the public or private sectors.

They are the keys to the success of Artemis as they will escalate the discovery of spatial elements that will bring us forward. Therefore, it is essential to witness this exploration by the Artemis team as the U.S. will not stop opening space ventures and leading creations of new technologies.

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