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Artemis I Launch: How an Emmy-Winning Team is Prepping a Virtual Reality Livestream

As NASA prepares for Monday’s scheduled launch of its Artemis I rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, coverage plans include a unique live stream in virtual reality. Artemis I is the first, unmanned test flight of NASA’s Artemis moon exploration program, and the integrated Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft is targeted […]

Jeff Bezos Blasts Off, and the Billionaire Space Race Is On

Amazon founder and executive chairman Jeff Bezos launched into space on Tuesday, carried aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard spacecraft in its first human flight. Bezos, the richest person in the world, was joined by his brother, Mark Bezos, female aviation pioneer Wally Funk, and a Dutch student, Oliver Daemen. There was no live video from […]

How NASA Is Advancing Plans to Deliver Video From the International Space Station and the Moon

Hollywood’s fascination with space has resulted in the use of state-of-the-art digital techniques to put actors far above the Earth’s surface in countless films including First Man, Gravity and Apollo 13. But Carlos Fontanot, NASA’s veteran International Space Station imagery manager based in Houston, is responsible for the most challenging cinematography mission — supporting space exploration by shooting and […]