NASA inspector general finds Orion heat shield issues ‘pose significant risks’ to Artemis 2 crew safety

NASA inspector general finds Orion heat shield issues ‘pose significant risks’ to Artemis 2 crew safety

NASA’s moon program still has some work to do before it can put human boots back on the lunar surface.

The agency’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) released a report on Wednesday (May 1) titled “NASA’s Readiness for the Artemis 2 Crewed Mission to Lunar Orbit,” which aims to determine how ready NASA is to launch its Artemis 2 moon mission, currently scheduled for late 2025.

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