Celebrate NASA’s Artemis 1 mission by sharing your ‘moon snaps’

NASA is looking for some shows of lunar enthusiasm in the leadup to the launch of its epic Artemis 1 mission.

The agency is asking people to share their “moon snaps” to celebrate Artemis 1, which is scheduled to launch on an uncrewed mission around the moon no earlier than Aug. 29.



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