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Company profile

Stitch Fix, Inc. is an online personalized styling service company. The Company operates primarily in the United States and United Kingdom. The Company combines the human touch of stylists with the precision of advanced data science to make online personal styling accessible to everyone. The Company serves its clients in categories, such as women's, petite, maternity, men's, kids, and plus apparel, as well as shoes and accessories. The Company leverages its data science through a custom-built, Web-based styling application that provides recommendations to its stylists from its selection of merchandise. It also gathers a range of merchandise data, such as inseam, pocket shape, silhouette, and fit. Its clients can engage in receiving a personalized shipment of items informed by its algorithms and sent by a Stitch Fix stylist (a Fix). Its clients can purchase directly from its Website or mobile app based on a personalized assortment of outfit and item recommendations.

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$4.94
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Lockheed Martin-Built Orion Spacecraft Launched to the Moon on Historic Artemis I Mission

4:50 am ET November 16, 2022 (PR Newswire) Print

With the backdrop of a Florida starlit sky, NASA's Artemis I mission, with the Lockheed Martin-built [NYSE: LMT] Orion spacecraft on top, majestically launched to the Moon and propelled the world into a new era of human deep space exploration.

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This test flight is the first in a series of missions under NASA's Artemis program, which will result in the first woman and first person of color landing on the Moon.

Orion lifted off aboard NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket at 1:47a.m. ET today and two hours later the spacecraft separated from the rocket's upper stage traveling at 22,600 mph. This put it on a trajectory to break away from the gravity of the Earth and make its way to the Moon.

"We're witnessing history as Artemis I brings us one significant step closer to making NASA's vision for human deep space exploration a reality," said Robert Lightfoot, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin Space. "Through a nationwide industry team that has also leveraged an international industrial base, this launch and mission unite the skills of a dedicated workforce and innovative technologies to make a global impact."

With this successful launch, the planned 25.5-day mission has begun. It will initially take several days to reach the Moon and fly above its surface. Using the Moon's gravitational force, it will propel into a unique distant retrograde orbit that will take it about 40,000 miles beyond the backside of the Moon. Orion will orbit the Moon and collect data to allow mission controllers to assess the performance of the spacecraft and its payloads.

Preparing for Splashdown

Orion will fly close to the Moon and use a precisely timed engine firing in conjunction with the Moon's gravity to accelerate back toward Earth - traveling at 25,000 mph as it enters the planet's atmosphere. The spacecraft will splash down off the coast of San Diego, California.

"Most people today have not lived in a time when a human-rated deep space spacecraft has gone to the Moon or beyond," said Lisa Callahan, vice president and general manager of Commercial Civil Space at Lockheed Martin Space. "With today's launch, that statistic has changed and we're now all members of the Artemis Generation. Personally, I can't wait to see the first woman walk on the Moon and the spacecraft that will take her there is already in development."

Launching a Series of Industry-First Demos and Advancements

With a focus on leaning into commercial partnerships and building innovations that will prepare the industry for a future crewed mission, Lockheed Martin has several notables on board for the historic ride:

-- Callisto: Lockheed Martin partnered with Amazon and Cisco to develop Callisto, a technology demonstration payload installed inside and interfacing with Orion during the Artemis I mission. Since Artemis I is uncrewed, Callisto was designed to test and demonstrate how commercial technology could be used to support future crewed missions in space. During the mission, controllers will operate the payload from the Johnson Space Center.

-- LunIR CubeSat:One of 10 small satellites riding along with Artemis I, the Lockheed Martin-funded LunIR is a technology demonstration which will take images of the Moon to test the company's ultra-compact, novel infrared sensor that maps the Moon in both day and night. The team will apply learnings from this LunIR endeavor to future lunar and planetary scouting missions to support lower cost, applicable small satellites and technology demonstrations.

-- AstroRad Vest: The Artemis I mission will also testAstroRad, a radiation-shielding vest developed byStemRad,a partnership between Lockheed Martin and the Israel Space Agency. Thevest is made for space travel and is modeled after anti-radiation vests used by first responders on Earth. TheMAREexperiment put two torsos aboard the spacecraft - one wearing an AstroRad vest and one without tohelp determine exactly how much protection it will offer astronauts.

Join the Artemis and Orion journeys by downloading the Explore Orion app to your mobile device and following @LMSpaceon Twitter.

About Lockheed Martin

Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin Corporation is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 114,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.

Please follow @LMNewson Twitter for the latest announcements and news across the corporation, @LMSpace to learn more about the latest technologies, missions and people driving the future of space.

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