NASA launches Artemis 1 Moon Mission Today: Find out when and where you can watch LIVE
The launch was cancelled by NASA’s Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39B on Monday, August 29 due to technical problems.
Artemis I travels 1.3 million miles (2.21 million km) to reach the Moon. It will test the Orion spacecraft, which is capable of crewed missions to Moon, and NASA’s new heavy lift rocket, the Space Launch System. (SLS), NASA’s largest rocket ever made.
It’s the first of three Artemis missions; Artemis II will carry four crew members in 2024 and Artemis III will send two astronauts to orbit the moon in 2025.
Artemis I launches at a new time and date
Artemis-1’s launch attempt is planned for Saturday September 3, 2022. You can launch Artemis-1 from 2:07 PM to 4:07 PM Eastern Time.
Artemis-1 launch: When and where?
YouTube will provide full coverage of NASA’s launch on Saturday, September 3, 2022. Although the actual launch coverage will begin at 12:15 p.m. ET, programming for tanking operations and loading propellant into SLS rockets begins at 5:45 a.m.
NASA TV can also be accessed via Twitch and Facebook. It is also available in 4K on NASA UHD channel.
Below is a list of the exact timing and activities that you should not miss during the launch hours.
Live coverage of English-language launches begins at 12:15 EST. Spanish live launch coverage will begin at 1:00 PM EST on separate Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube feeds.
From 2:07 PM to 4:47 PM. Launch window: EDT.
6:00 PM EDT: A news conference after the launch will be held approximately one hour later.
9:45 PM EDT: Reporting the first burn of Orion’s outbound trajectory, as it approaches and approaches the Moon. The exact liftoff time determines the time.
10:15 p.m. ET: Reporting on the first Earth image taken while traveling to the Moon via Orion. The exact liftoff time will determine the precise moment.
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