With the Artemis program, NASA will land the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024, using innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before.
EnviroLux Energy Systems was chosen to light the SLS launch pad area, which is home for the upcoming Artemis Spacecraft launch to the moon, for many reasons, including to efficiently illuminate the spacecraft and its launch pad area for safety, but also for premium videography purposes. With 7 mammoth light towers that include several hundred EnviroLux high lumen LED fixtures efficiently illuminating the launch pad area, the design offers on average over 50 foot candles to properly illuminate the surface of the Spacecraft during these historic launches. The design also includes wireless capabilities that allow NASA to increase or decrease the luminosity to properly film the spacecraft as it launches from the SLS launch pad area. Live video footage will be broadcast live from the NASA.Gov website and available for live public viewing.