Onboard Artemis I, Snoopy, mannequins, and artefacts from Apollo 11 will visit the moon.

Onboard Artemis I, Snoopy, mannequins, and artefacts from Apollo 11 will visit the moon.

NASA's Artemis I mission won't include a human crew, but Orion won't be empty.

The August 29 launch of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion capsule will include some special goods.

Three models, toys, an Amazon Alexa, plus historic and educational artefacts will be within Orion.

The Artemis mission follows a 1960s NASA tradition of carrying keepsakes.

Tradition includes Voyager's gold record and Perseverance's 10.9 million-name microchip.

Artemis I in its official flying kit I will transport 120 pounds of souvenirs and other goods.

Commander Moonikin Campos, a mannequin, will sit in Orion's commander's seat to collect data on a lunar mission.

Sensors behind the commander's seat and headrest track acceleration and vibration over the 42-day mission.

Helga and Zohar are "phantoms" who ride Orion. These mannequin torsos simulate soft tissue, organs, and bones.

Both torsos include 5,600 sensors and 34 radiation detectors to measure radiation exposure.

The experiment is a German Aerospace Center, Israel Space Agency, NASA, and international collaboration.

Zohar will test the AstroRad radiation protective vest for future missions.

Lockheed Martin, Amazon, and Cisco will demonstrate technology with Alexa.

Callisto is a tech demo that tests Amazon's Alexa with Cisco's WebEx in space.

Callisto shows how astronauts and flight controllers might use technology to enhance deep space exploration.

The tablet will communicate video and audio between the spaceship and Mission Control in Houston.