NASA has installed cameras all over the launch pad for today's launch of an Atlas V rocket taking supplies to the ISS.

There's a computer in a blast-proof box that will put all the images from the cameras together to give you an up-close, 360 degree view of the launch!

How cool is THAT?!

It's on NASA's YouTube channel. You can get there by clicking > > >HERE< < <

The launch is today at 11:11am Eastern, but the video feed starts about half-an-hour before the launch. Expect a lag, so what you see on the feed could be a minute or so behind what you see on TV.