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For the impact itself at 7:30 a.m. EDT, three tracking cameras used by Kennedy Space Center to observe space shuttle launches - one infrared and two high-definition - also will be focused on the moon to try to record the plume.
Since it will be after sunrise at Kennedy at the time of impact and depending on atmospheric conditions, there is no guarantee Kennedy's trackers will be able to record the event, and none of NASA's scientific research is being based on the effort.
Kennedy's tracking camera shots will not be sent out on NASA Television live, but will be available live at Kennedy's news center and then on NASA TV's Video File feed starting at 12 p.m.
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