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NASA’s vision is to discover and expand knowledge for the benefit of humanity. Artemis I, formerly Exploration Mission-1, is the first in a series of increasingly complex missions that will enable human exploration to the Moon and Mars. There are not very many imaging environments more challenging — or more critical — than the one that supports launches at NASA Kennedy Space Center. During the planned liftoff of Artemis 1 (EM-1), 80 to 100 cameras will capture the event from every possible angle, and keep tracking the rocket and its payload until it is out of sight. The data—which includes images and video taken with motion picture film and high-resolution video cameras at speeds of up to 1,000 frames per second—weigh in at around 200TB per mission. This information must be available to engineers and flight specialists in several different NASA centers as rapidly as possible.

(CHESA) were a wealth of information right from that first call. We discussed all of our needs, talked about all the solutions I had been researching and diagnosed all of the challenges we had been having.”

- Jermaine Harrell

Manager of Media Infrastructure and Technology
Complex Networks

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