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How to Watch: NASA's Complete Coverage Schedule for Artemis I Moon Mission Launch

NASA's Artemis I Moon mission is scheduled to launch Monday, Nov. 14 mission during a 69-minute launch window that opens at 12:07 a.m. EST. and there are lots of ways to watch the countdown, launch and even track the moon mission.

Stay connected with the mission social media with the hashtag #Artemis and follow the official accounts:

Track the Artemis I mission using the Artemis Real-time Orbit Website and even download a virtual boarding pass to commemorate the historic flight here.

The launch countdown will officially begin two days earlier on Saturday, Nov. 12, at 12:27 a.m. Artemis I is the first test of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, the ground systems, and an uncrewed Orion spacecraft. This mission is the path to a crewed test flight and future human lunar exploration.

The SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft arrived back to the launch pad Friday, Nov. 4 at about 8:30 a.m. after engineers previously rolled the rocket back to the Vehicle Assembly Building on Sept. 26 before Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida. This was after two unsuccessful previous launch attempts.

Here's the full launch coverage schedule (All times in Eastern) and you can follow NASA’s Artemis blog for updates.

Watch live coverage and events on NASA Television the NASA app, and at

Friday, Nov. 11

7 p.m.: NASA will hold a prelaunch media briefing.

Saturday, Nov. 12

12 p.m.: NASA will hold a prelaunch media briefing on the status of the countdown.

Sunday, Nov. 13

2:30 p.m.: Coverage of tanking operations to load propellant into the SLS rocket begins,

9:30 p.m.: Coverage of launch begins (English).

3 a.m.: Coverage of the postlaunch news conference will follow approximately one hour after the live launch broadcast ends.

7:30 a.m.: Coverage of Orion’s first outbound trajectory burn on the way to the Moon.

8:50 a.m.: Coverage of first Earth views from Orion during outbound coast to the Moon.

For more information about the Artemis I mission, visit:

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