Amazon’s Alexa will fly into space, will be part of NASA’s Moon mission

 

NASA’s ‘Artemis 1’ mission to the Moon is going to make another story. Amazon and Lockheed Martin Company have announced plans to send Alexa into space on this NASA mission. Alexa is a popular voice assistant. The mission ‘Artemis 1’ is going to be special in many ways. The famous character ‘Snoopy’ from the comic strip ‘Peanuts’ will also be part of this mission. The Artemis program aims to return astronauts to the lunar surface by the end of this decade.

Amazon’s Alexa will fly into space, will be part of NASA’s Moon mission.

Information According to this, Alexa will be used on NASA’s Orion spacecraft. You will be able to answer mission-related questions by accessing real-time telemetry data. For example: ‘Alexa, how fast is Orion traveling?’ This voice assistant will answer such questions. Not only this, Alexa will complete all tasks inside the spaceship. From the cabin lighting, you will also control the rest of the connected devices and perform the tasks related to them on request. Using NASA’s Deep Space Network, Alexa can get all kinds of information from Earth.

‘Artemis 1’ will be an unmanned mission. Alexa, which will be part of it, has been developed in collaboration with Lockheed Martin and Cisco. Scientists won’t just benefit from being a part of Alexa’s Artemis 1 mission. Users of Alexa-compatible devices will also be able to access mission-related information.

Last month, NASA extended the scheduled launch of Artemis 1 by a month. The space agency was aiming to launch the mission on February 12, 2022, but problems with the Integrated Test Program forced NASA to delay the schedule. NASA is now considering launching missions in March and April. The Artemis program aims to return astronauts to the lunar surface by the end of this decade.

The mission was delayed because NASA engineers discovered a problem with one of the engine’s flight controllers. The engineers did their best to fix the problem, but it was finally decided to replace the motor controller. NASA has said it is exploring the possibility of launching this mission in March and April. Along with this, work is also underway to replace the motor controller.

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