Artemis I: the new adventure begins – online observation of the Orion spacecraft (28 Sept. 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 its way to the Moon after its launch.

Poster of the event.

Poster of the event.

We will do our best to show you the Artemis I – Orion spacecraft on its way to the Moon, as soon as it will be visible from Italy. To schedule the live feed, we assumed the launch will be successful at the beginning of the planned window (27 Sept., 15:17 UTC). We will do our best to accommodate any delay in the launch, within the planned window, updating the start of the live feed. We will assume the launch and trajectory data provided by the JPL Horizons / Solar System Dynamics services, properly imported in our robotic telescopes to track the extremely demanding target at our best.

As of now, our live feed showing the Artemis I – Orion spacecraft in real-time on its way to the Moon is scheduled for 28 Sept. 2022, starting at 19:30 UTC.

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

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