Artemis I: a new adventure begins – online observation of the Orion spacecraft on the day it will reach the Moon (21 Nov. 2022).

The launch of Artemis I is much more than us going to the Moon again. It is the beginning of a new era. Because of the historic importance of this event, we decided to try something never done (to our knowledge) before: we will share live images, online, of the Orion spacecraft on the day it will reach the Moon.

Artemis I launch: poster of the event.

Artemis I launch: poster of the event.

After clouds and rain made impossible for us to show live images of the Orion spacecraft soon after launch, now we planned a life feed covering it on the day of its arrival to the moon. We will assume the trajectory data provided by the JPL Horizons / Solar System Dynamics services, properly imported in our robotic telescopes to track this extremely demanding target at our best.

As of now, our live feed showing the Artemis I – Orion spacecraft in real-time on the day it reaches the Moon is scheduled for 21 Nov. 2022, starting at  04:30 UTC.

To join, you just need to enter, at the date and time above, our webTV page here!

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