NASA's Artemis I mission to Moon: When and where to watch the historic launch
Hundreds and thousands of people will be watching the launch along the beaches of Florida and other will be streaming online to watch this launch that's been decades in the making
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is all set to take the next, and very crucial step in space exploration with their uncrewed Artemis I mission to Moon, which will launch on Monday (August 29). This is NASA's first mission to the moon in 50 years.
Artemis I will be on its maiden voyage on a mission to take humans back to the Moon, and eventually to Mars.
The world will be watching the historic launch as all eyes will be on Launch Complex 39B when the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will lift off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Hundreds and thousands of people will be watching the launch along the beaches of Florida, including United States Vice President Kamala Harris. Thousands of others will be streaming online to watch this launch that's been decades in the making.
Here's all you need to know about the historic launch of the Artemis I mission:
Date of Artemis I launch
Artemis I mission will be launched on Monday, August 29.
Time of Artemis I launch
Artemis I mission is scheduled to launch at 8:33am EDT
How to live stream Artemis I launch
To get the latest and most accurate updates, viewers can watch the live feed of the mission from NASA. The space agency will provide live footage of the mission as and when it happens.
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