MyRadar to Live Stream SpaceX Crewed Mission Coverage with John Zarrella and Launch New Orbital Track Feature

ACME AtronOmatic, LLC, makers of the MyRadar Weather Radar mobile application for iOS, Android, Windows, and Xbox, showcase today their live coverage of the upcoming launch of the SpaceX crewed mission to the International Space Station. Launch coverage will begin at 3:30 PM Eastern time streaming within the MyRadar App and on social media channels.  MyRadar also announces the launch of its ability to track orbital objects from within the app, which includes the ability to track this SpaceX capsule launch in realtime.

Veteran Space Correspondent John Zarrella will be hosting and covering the event for MyRadar from the Space Coast in Florida with live reporting, play-by-play commentary as well as interviews and content.  Zarrella is a seasoned journalist with a 32-year stint working for CNN, having covered over 75 space shuttle launches, numerous Mars missions and has produced countless space-related documentaries for various networks, including several for MyRadar.

MyRadar, the popular weather radar app with over 13 million active monthly users, provides easy access to high resolution weather radar, current conditions and forecast information, as well as an entire catalog of other environmentally-related data, including wildfire information, earthquake reporting, NWS weather alerts, and our industry-leading, hyper-accurate, hyper-local rain alerts. 

One of the most recent features added to the app provides the ability to track orbital objects from within the MyRadar app.  Users can currently track the International Space Station and see its orbital path over the map. On the day of the launch, uses will also be able to track the SpaceX capsule with astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley on board as it makes its way towards its rendezvous with the International Space Station.  The new feature will provide a uniquely interactive way for users to follow along with the event as it unfolds from within the MyRadar app.

MyRadar is a free download available on iOS, Android, Windows and Xbox. and the live stream interviews for the SpaceX launch can be viewed here,

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