[SCRUBBED] [4K] LIVE 3.5 miles from NASA's most powerful rocket ever, to the moon!!!

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  • 27/08/2022 को प्रकाशित
  • NASA is set to launch the Orion spacecraft to a distant retrograde lunar orbit atop the Space Launch System (SLS) for its maiden launch. Launching from Launch Complex 39B, at the Kennedy Space Center, in Florida, the Artemis I mission will certify both Orion and the SLS Block 1 rocket for crewed spaceflight; its next mission-aptly named Artemis II-will be crewed, and bring a yet-announced crew to lunar orbit (but will not land on the lunar surface).
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  • oyster catcher

    So good Tim. Amazing to get 1) Your music played on the Rocket Lab livestream 2) Your sticker on ISS, and 3) Flamey end down, pointy-end up on the Rocket Lab checklist! All great achievements. You deserve it. Love your dedication to long form deep educational videos. It puts you a step above the other INclipsrs, but I love them all!

  • grizbizusa
    grizbizusa  +140

    At age 76 now, i was glued to my TV for all the Apollo launches and the run-up thereto. The TV networks then did a great job of covering those launches and the commentary was fantastic from the "big three" networks. There was, of course, no internet or cable channels at the time, but the coverage was VERY good.

  • Mau L
    Mau L  +5

    Absolutely awesome job Tim & Team (lol)!! Streaming live with multiple cameras and SUCH an image quality it's quite a thing! So thank you for producing and delivering this material to all of us around the world! 🤘🏻🤘🏻

  • Santiago Lovisolo

    Great job! I have been watching this channel for years, and it has been a joy to watch you grow and get so much better!

  • George Edwards
    George Edwards 14 दिन पहले

    What an amazing launch. Super capable. Much powerful!

  • bazoo513

    ~

  • Clayton Fourniquet

    So cool to get to hear from Chris on the livestream! Even though there was a scrub, we got a little treat today! Awesome to experience the launch from his perspective!

  • Juan Melendez Rivera

    Great return to these huge rocket launches. I'm 65 and still admire space exploration. Congratulations to NASA ground control, the scientists and technical experts and our brilliant and brave astronauts on this next generation lunar exploration adventure. Today the launch was scrubbed for safety issues. This is an unmanned test flight on Artemis spaceship. We will wait for next time. You are the extraordinary new space generation. Keep up your great work. Thanks.

  • dilik mli

    never clear whether a launch time on a web page is being updated in real time or not. Thanks for everything that you do.

  • Jaybyrd Cybertruck

    Huge thank you to you and your team and the Cosmic crew! you guys have gone above and beyond and we all really appreciate it! get some sleep! and we will see you again!

  • Richard Smallwood

    1.1 million viewers live! That's crazee but incredible, wish I was with you lot, but that can't be so you are undoubtedly the ONLY the best way to be there!

  • Robb Patterson

    Tim, great job, always on the leading edge of coverage for us "everyday" joe's and joe'ette's watching from the sideline to see the worlds most powerful rocket (for now) go...pointy end up and flamey end down. Keep up the great work.

  • gfpfan
    gfpfan  +1

    Congrats, well deserved views and accomplishments. Thanks for your hard work!

  • GiggaMyFigga

    glad I skimmed through till the end and got to see one of the most amazing interviews from an astronaut I have ever heard

  • Astronomical

    Thanks for answering my question! Great stream despite lack of launch 👍

  • Scott Rainey

    Have waited for multi-cam rocket coverage like yours all my life. Thank you.

  • Farmer Pete

    1.1 million views! Fantastic and well done, Tim and team. Thanks from UK

  • Carl Scattergood

    Thank you and your team for your very hard work to make this happen Tim. Been looking forward to seeing this launch for soooo long.

  • Dave Graham

    That was amazing to have Chris drop in! That was fantastic!

  • Sp0ng
    Sp0ng दिन पहले +1

    How are you able to get this close to the rocket? Is it available to the public?