As we near today’s second attempt to launch of SpaceX’s Demo-2 with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, we’re providing multiple live views of the Falcon 9 rocket on historic Pad 39A of Kennedy Space Center.
On our Launch America Live page (snapshot below), we’re pulling live feeds from NASA and our own cameras to show several angles in the run-up to and beyond the scheduled 3:22 p.m. launch. We start with just a few camera angles in the morning and add more as more feeds come online as the launch window nears.
MORE ONLINE: Launch America Special Section
Starting at 3 p.m., you can also watch News4Jax’s extended launch coverage on Channel 4 and streaming on all our digital platforms. Bruce Hamiton and Scott Johnson will report from near the launch site and our team of reporters and anchors will be here on the First Coast.
You don’t have to pick between the “choose your own experience” on our Live Launch page or our live broadcast coverage. Watch WJXT on your TV while directing your own coverage on your phone, tablet or laptop (Note, online feeds are over one minute behind the broadcast, so it’s almost like instant replay).