In 2015, the first ever debut of Asteroid Day LIVE broadcast hosted in both London and San Francisco. In 2016, the broadcast was fully produced in San Francisco’s Academy of Sciences
Thanks to the Luxembourg Government, in 2017, 2018, 2019, Asteroid Day LIVE was produced from the Broadcasting Center Europe (BCE) studio at RTL City in Luxembourg. With the partnership of SES, the live broadcast was able to reach a global audience.
With the support of BCE and SES, Asteroid Day LIVE was able to be produced fully online in 2020 due to the pandemic and reach an audience of over 2M viewers on Twitch TV. Asteroid Day LIVE 2021 will again be produced thanks to the generous support of BCE, SES and the Luxembourg Government.
Asteroid Day LIVE from Luxembourg is distributed via a dedicated satellite, available on local channels subscribing to the SES satellite network, and via the Asteroid Day website. Media outlets can download the feed directly from the satellite via CDN.