How to view the launch of NASA's Artemis I SLS rocket

The enormous Space Launch System (SLS) of NASA is almost ready to launch. This much awaited rocket launch, which has been planned for more than a decade, represents NASA's return to crewed lunar missions. While there won't be any astronauts on board for this flight, the Artemis I mission will serve as a test for the future objective of landing the first woman and the first person of color on the Moon.

NASA's Orion spacecraft will be launched by the SLS during its initial flight, where it will begin a journey around the Moon that might last 39 to 42 days. A four-mile trek that took NASA nearly 10 hours to complete last week involved rolling the 322-foot rocket to launch pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

NASA's Artemis I launch date. The SLS rocket will be launched by NASA on August 29, 2022. Starting at 8:33 AM ET, it will have a two-hour launch window.

How can I see the Artemis I launch in real time? NASA is livestreaming the launch from its website, YouTube channel, and NASA app if you can't attend in person.

What can I foresee happening during launch?

During the webcast, NASA intends to have some special guests. Along with appearances by Jack Black, Chris Evans, and Keke Palmer, this also has a Josh Groban and Herbie Hancock rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

These are things you need to know about NASA's Artemis I SLS rocket