New Logo Identity for NASA Artemis Program
NASA has developed an overall new brand identity for the NASA Artemis Program. They have also created a “Woman on the Moon” logo, which represents the upcoming 2024 landmark event. On top of that, NASA is also in the midst of creating a set of Mission Patch logos as well. Read on to see the newest brand identity and all of the accompanying Artemis Program logos.
The Artemis Mission Logo
The Artemis Program logo has weaved together a multitude of different elements that represent who they are and what their mission is. The Blue Earth Crescent represents the missions as seen through the eyes of their audience’s perspective. The Blue Earth Crescent is also a visualization of the Goddess Artemis’ bow. This bow is known as the source from which all energy is sent.
The A represents the very tip of Artemis’s arrow, set for launch. The Red Trajectory wave moves from the left to the right. This is symbolic because it highlights the distinct differences in NASA’s return to the moon. This symbol also simultaneously represents NASA’s Artemis Mission to Mars (more on that later).
The NASA Artemis Program Will Have Three Mission Patches
If that wasn’t great enough, NASA has taken its branding one step further for this mission. There will be three separate “Mission Patches”, each one representing the next step in their 3-phase mission. So far, the first patch, known as Artemis I, has already been carefully crafted. As you will see, the first patch depicts the Orion Spacecraft within the Space Launch System. We expect that the next two will bring something slightly different, but we will certainly see when the time comes.
NASA Now Has A “Woman on the Moon” Logo
Mark your calendars: 2024 will be the year of the woman. Come 2024, the first woman is set to step foot on our largest planetary satellite, the moon. Along with the first woman, our next man will also make the trek as well.
According to NASA, “As the ‘torch bringer,’ literally and figuratively, Artemis will light our way to Mars. The portrait of the Greek Goddess, Artemis is illustrated in the highlights and shadows of the crescent Moon topography. Her features are abstract enough that any woman can see themselves in her.”
These logo backgrounds are available to download for free from the NASA website. They include options for both mobile and desktop backgrounds.
Our Biggest Leap Yet
Artemis will utilize sophisticated and innovative technologies during its expedition. These new technologies will help NASA to explore the lunar surface like never before. Sustainable exploration is vital to the success of the Artemis Mission. Therefore, NASA will collaborate with its international and commercial partners to establish the most sustainable exploration to date by 2028. What’s more, the NASA Artemis Mission is one step closer to our biggest leap yet: landing on Mars.