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Hooray for SLS

Hooray! NASA is working to send humans back to the Moon to live, learn, and explore through the Artemis campaign. As a member of the Artemis Generation, NASA invites you to be a part of the story.

Hooray for SLS!, written by Lane Polak and illustrated by Heather Legge-Click, is the first in a series of children’s books that introduces young explorers ages 3 to 8 to the unique elements needed for the Artemis missions to get to deep space and the Moon, like NASA’s SLS (Space Launch System) rocket. The SLS mega rocket is special. It is designed to launch astronauts and heavy payloads from Earth, sailing across a cosmic sea to the Moon and beyond.

We are going! We’re traveling deeper in space than we ever have before, and that calls for a celebration. Hooray for SLS!

Hooray for SLS! Book Cover

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Hooray for SLS! Coloring Sheets Page 5

Hooray for SLS! Activities

NASA astronaut Drew Feustel poses with a racegoer during the Miami Grand Prix race weekend May 6-8. Feustel joined SLS teammates from Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, at the Grand Prix. The astronaut and avid auto racing fan is a nine-time spacewalker and has logged 226 days in space throughout his career. Students and members of the public were invited to walk through the exhibit area to learn more about Artemis throughout race weekend.

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Callie and RT are looking up at a glowing moon with a dark sky behind them.