Change to LED Display Video Screen in Kennedy Space Center


In NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, there is a huge analog clock for countdown when launching the rocket; it witnessed countless historic space missions. Now, NASA decided to replace the analog clock to digital LED display before launching the Orion space capsule, the new LED screen can display both to display the countdown and exciting images.
The LED display height up to 7 feet, with resolution of 1280X360, cost about US$ 280,000. The lower right corner can show the launching countdown; also full-screen can broadcast programs. Of course, the analog clock which inherited from the Apollo era serviced for 10 years, it will be properly preserved in the Kennedy Space Center. In the upcoming Orion flight, we will be able to see the LED screen in the launch.

NASA LED Display

Analog Clock