Watch Artemis I launch to the Moon on August 29 simulcast LIVE; Know when, where, and how; check full list

    NASA is all set to launch Artemis I rocket to the Moon on August 29. Know when, where and how to watch it live.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Aug 27 2022, 14:30 IST
    NASA reveals stunning Jupiter images captured by James Webb Space Telescope
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    1/6 Amazingly, currently, on Jupiter, there are auroras, storms, extreme temperatures and powerful winds stirring things up, according to NASA. The images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope could give scientists a look at the conditions of the gas giant. (NASA)
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    2/6 Planetary astronomer Imke de Pater, professor emerita of the University of California, Berkeley said, “We hadn’t really expected it to be this good, to be honest. It’s really remarkable that we can see details on Jupiter together with its rings, tiny satellites, and even galaxies in one image.” (NASA)
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    3/6 The images were captured by the telescope's Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) instrument on July 27, which highlighted the planet's unique features. According to NASA, the NIRCam has three specialized infrared filters that showcase details of the planet. (AFP)
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    4/6 The image was created by compositing several images. Auroras are visible near the Northern and Southern poles of the planet. According to NASA, the auroras shine in a filter that is mapped to redder colors, which also highlights light reflected from lower clouds and upper hazes. (NASA)
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    5/6 The Great Red Spot as well as other clouds can be visible in the images as white since it is reflecting the sunlight. The Great Red Spot is a giant vortex which has been swirling around on Jupiter’s surface for a long time. Jupiter’s 2 moons, Amalthea and Adrastea can also be seen “photo-bombing” the planet. (REUTERS)
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    6/6 Thierry Fouchet, a professor at the Paris Observatory, as part of an international collaboration for Webb’s Early Release Science program said, “This one image sums up the science of our Jupiter system program, which studies the dynamics and chemistry of Jupiter itself, its rings, and its satellite system.” (NASA/AFP)
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    Know when, where and how to watch NASA launching Artemis I rocket to the Moon on August 29. (NASA)

    NASA Artemis I Mission: NASA is all prepared and excited to return to the Moon with its Artemis I rocket on August 29, 2022. And we are eagerly waiting to watch the launch event live. Taking to its Twitter account, NASA said, "One rocket. One mission. Many ways to watch #Artemis I launch to the Moon. See the thread for simulcasts, including how to watch in 4K. Pick your favorite, set a reminder, and spread the word. The two-hour launch window opens at 8:33am EDT on Aug. 29."

    It further added, "Watch live as NASA begins the Artemis missions by launching an uncrewed spacecraft on a six-week mission around the Moon and back to Earth. Through Artemis missions, NASA will land the first woman and the first person of color on the Moon, paving the way for a long-term lunar presence and serving as a steppingstone to send astronauts to Mars. During #Artemis I, Orion will travel from Earth to beyond the far side of the Moon. Liftoff from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is currently targeted for 8:33 a.m. EDT (12:33 UTC) Monday, Aug. 29."

    NASA Artemis I launch live: When, where and how to watch-simulcast list

    NASA will be streaming the launch of Artemis I to the Moon in 4K on its official YouTube channel on August 29. The launch event will be streamed live at 4 PM. People who want to watch the Artemis I launch live on YouTube can click on the link here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMLD0Lp0JBg.

    You can also watch the Artemis mega Moon rocket lift off while you can chat on @Twitch, just click on the link here- https://www.twitch.tv/nasa. "You can watch our #Artemis mega Moon rocket lift off while you chat on @Twitch," NASA tweeted.

    People who are more fond of Facebook, can watch the live event there too by visiting the link- https://fb.me/e/2DKnPXuCi. And of course, you can go to NASA TV at https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive to watch the event live.

    Here is Artemis I Schedule for Monday, August 29: Full list

    12 a.m.: Coverage begins for the fueling of the Space Launch System Moon rocket on the Artemis I mission.

    6:30 a.m.: Artemis I launch coverage begins in English. Launch coverage will continue through translunar injection and spacecraft separation, setting Orion on its path to the Moon. (Two-hour launch window opens at 8:33 a.m. EDT)

    7:30 a.m.: Launch coverage begins in Spanish on NASA's Spanish-language social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube) and will continue approximately 15 minutes after liftoff. Mission coverage updates will be posted on the NASA en español social media channels.

    12 p.m.: Artemis I post-launch news conference (time subject to change).

    4 p.m.: Coverage of Orion's first outbound trajectory correction burn.

    5:30 p.m.: Coverage of Orion's first imagery of the Earth following trans lunar injection.

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    First Published Date: 27 Aug, 14:30 IST
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