Space Coast Office of Tourism Offers Resources Ahead of Historic Artemis I Launch on Aug. 29
By Space Coast Daily // August 24, 2022
launch is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to brevard
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On August 29, NASA plans to launch the most powerful rocket ever built from the Space Coast.
This historic launch is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to our destination. Is your business ready?
The Space Coast Office of Tourism is providing you with as much information as possible about this launch to help you prepare.
Read on to find launch dates, resources from NASA, traffic and visitor information to take into consideration, and an opportunity to submit your launch-related events to the VisitSpaceCoast.com website.
We are actively collecting information from our partners to help direct guests and residents safely around our county and provide everyone with a positive launch experience.
Artemis 1 Launch Windows
NASA has identified 3 preliminary dates for launch opportunities for Artemis 1
■ Aug. 29 at 8:33 a.m. EDT (Two-hour launch window); Landing Oct. 10
■ Sept. 2 at 12:48 p.m. (Two-hour launch window); Landing Oct. 11
■ Sept. 5 at 5:12 p.m. (90-minute launch window); Landing Oct. 17
We are working hard to provide visitors with all the information they need to safely navigate their launch viewing experience on the Space Coast for this historic launch.
Please see this Launch Resource page to find all available launch viewing resources including, boating hazard areas, live streams, radio broadcast information, parking and traffic considerations, and more.
This page will be updated as more information is provided to us.
Visitors to the Space Coast will be looking for exciting events related to the Artemis Launch. If your business is hosting an Artemis-themed event or special, please inform our office. Please submit events to this link.
If you are planning on offering a launch-related special, including but not limited to special drink or menu items, sales, deals, or offers, please share them on social media with #SpaceCoast so our social department can see and share them with our audience.
Feel free to direct message our pages if you have further questions or requests.
If you are in need of graphics, materials, or merchandise from NASA to support your Artemis event, please see this toolkit. It contains the contact information, downloads, and information you will need to acquire these materials.
Remember the first launch attempt is on August 29, contact these representatives soon.
We hope that your business is prepared for this influx of visitors. We will be doing our best to share important information with our visitors during this time to ensure everyone in our community has a great time as the countdown commences.
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