- JETT1: New Mexico
- JETT2: Icelandic Highlands
- JETT3: Arizona | Johnson Space Center (JSC) Mission Control Center (MCC)
Hazards Tested: Distance from Earth; hostile environment
Description: The Joint EVA Test Team (JETT) is a specialized group that develops, integrates, and executes tests and analog missions that enable the Artemis Campaign Development (ACD) mission. JETT3 is the final test in the JETT integrated test plan series, which is a fully integrated mission scale test to ensure successful surface operations and technology development for Artemis III. JETT is led out of NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. The group is sponsored by Johnson’s Extravehicular Activity & Human Surface Mobility Program (EHP) in collaboration with the Science Mission Directorate (SMD).
Research: Studies in this three-test series include field hardware preparation, testing in a lunar-like terrain, and a fully integrated Artemis III mission consisting of EVAs, a Science Evaluation Room (SER), and a flight control team in MCC at JSC.