NASA has created a moon cake that’s nearly twice as big as a standard one and is set to make its debut at the upcoming 2020 Mars 2020 mission.NASA plans to open the Lunar Module to the public for the first time next week, and it will be able to use the cake to simulate the moon’s surface on the Red Planet.
The Lunar Module, a huge metal cylinder measuring over 50 feet long and 3.5 feet wide, will be launched from the Space Launch System, which is the most powerful rocket in the world.
The rocket, which was built by Aerojet Rocketdyne, will launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
It will fly to the moon for the final time in 2021, according to NASA.
It will also take its first human-on-human test flight on Jan. 31, 2021, at 1:55 a.m.
EST (0855 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
The Apollo-era spacecraft will be placed in the Lunar Surface Emission and Refueling Facility, a large, glass-filled chamber that will simulate the surface of the moon.
It also will be used to simulate weather on the surface, and to simulate atmospheric conditions.
The Moon Module is scheduled to launch atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket that will lift the craft to a height of approximately 100 miles (160 kilometers).
The lunar module will be loaded onto the rocket’s rocket-powered stage, and then blasted into orbit.
The spacecraft will remain in space for about five years, after which the crew will move the craft into lunar orbit.
NASA will then return the spacecraft to Earth for another mission, which it hopes will be closer to the Earth’s surface.