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NASA’s Moonboard launched Artemis 1 coverage to new heights

Last month, NASA debuted the agency’s most advanced launch vehicle since the Space Shuttle. The Artemis I Space Launch System (SLS) rocket lifted off from Launch Complex-39B, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC), in Florida on Nov. 16, sending an uncrewed Orion spacecraft on a 25-and-a-half-day trip around the moon and back. 

In addition to the thousands lucky enough to see SLS launch in-person, a magnitude higher watched from afar through NASA’s broadcast and internet livestreams — which have now been viewed over 10 million times, according to data provided by space agency officials. In fact, NASA’s Artemis I broadcast included live feeds from multiple KSC locations, with cameras at the launchpad, anchored coverage with NASA’s Meagan Cruz at the KSC media site overlooking SLS, input from NASA broadcast and launch commentator Derrol Nail, and a live presentation at the KSC’s Saturn V Center with NASA’s Dan Huot. 

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