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11/12/202217:00

Artemis I returns to Earth live

ESA WEB TV TWO

Watch the Orion spacecraft splashdown live as it returns to Earth after its four-week lunar mission. The Artemis I mission kicked off on 16 November with the launch of Orion on NASA’s Space Launch System rocket. The Orion spacecraft, together with its European Service Module powerhouse, circled the Moon on a 25-day mission and is due to return to Earth on 11 December. The European Service Module will separate and burn up harmlessly in the atmosphere shortly before the Orion crew module splashes down off the coast of California at 18:45 CET (17:45 GMT). Commentary will be provided by NASA.

Duration 02:15:00
13/12/202220:00

Launch of Meteosat Third Generation Imager-1 (MTG-I1) live

ESA WEB TV ONE

On 13th December, the first of a new generation of weather satellites will take to the skies. The Meteosat Third Generation system is the most complex and innovative meteorological satellite systems ever built. It will bring new capabilities to monitor weather, climate and the environment from space like never before – promising to further bolster Europe’s leadership in weather forecasting. Join us for the live launch coverage here on ESA WebTV.

Duration 03:00:00