The Space Coast Visitor Center offers resources ahead of the historic Artemis I launch on August 29
the launch is expected to attract 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 attract hundreds of thousands of visitors to our destination. Is your business ready?
The Côte de l’Espace Tourist Office gives you as much information as possible on this launch to help you prepare.
Read on to find launch dates, NASA resources, traffic and visitor information to consider, and the ability to submit your launch-related events on the VisitSpaceCoast.com website.
We are actively collecting information from our partners to help direct guests and residents safely to our county and provide everyone with a positive launch experience.
Artemis 1 launch windows
NASA has identified 3 preliminary dates for Artemis 1 launch opportunities
■ August 29 8:33 a.m. EDT (two-hour launch window); Landing October 10
■ September 2 at 12:48 p.m. (two-hour launch window); Landing October 11
■ September 5 at 5:12 p.m. (90-minute launch window); Landing October 17
We are working hard to provide visitors with all the information they need to safely navigate their Space Coast launch viewing experience for this historic launch.
Please see this launch resource page to find all available launch viewing resources including boating danger zones, live streams, radio broadcast information, parking and traffic considerations , and more.
This page will be updated as more information becomes available to us.
Launch Day Resources
Visitors to the Space Coast will be looking for exciting events related to the launch of Artemis. If your company is hosting an Artemis-themed event or special event, please let our office know. Please submit events at this link.
Submit your Artemis event
If you plan to offer any special launch-related offer, including but not limited to drink specials or menu items, sales, offers or offers, please share them on social media with # SpaceCoast so that our social service can see them and share them with our viewers.
Feel free to send a direct message to our pages if you have any other questions or requests.
If you need NASA graphics, materials or merchandise to support your Artemis event, please check out this toolkit. It contains the contact information, downloads, and information you will need to acquire these documents.
Remember that the first launch attempt is on August 29, contact these reps soon.
We hope your business is prepared for this influx of visitors. We will do our best to share important information with our visitors during this time to ensure everyone in our community is having a great time as the countdown begins.
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