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Live video stream from the ISS

#1  Postby TopCat » Jan 01, 2016 3:13 pm

Happy New Year all, just came across this:

http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/HDEV/
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Re: Live video stream from the ISS

#2  Postby tuco » Mar 05, 2021 12:29 pm

Spacewalk at the International Space Station - https://www.twitch.tv/nasa

live now

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edit: NASA is even interacting with chat, which is kinda new as previous broadcasts I saw the chat was emote only

BroadcasterNASA: No, unfortunately the astronauts don't listen to music during their spacewalks but they do get to pick songs for their ride out to launch to the space station
:)
What would be on your playlist?

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lol

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edit2: jk!



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edit3: last one

the fucking gamers in chat man. The camera got lets say an angle on the Sun and someone in chat: RTX on .. lol
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Re: Live video stream from the ISS

#3  Postby tuco » Mar 13, 2021 11:20 am

Another spacewalk LIVE

https://www.twitch.tv/nasa

Right now they are dressing up.

Last time the astronauts were doing modifications for an upgrade of solar relay. This time

During the spacewalk, Hopkins and Glover will vent early ammonia system jumper cables and relocate one of them near the Quest airlock in order to reconnect the jumper cable to the current cooling system, increasing its efficiency. The duo also will connect cables for the Columbus Bartolomeo payload platform, continuing work from a Jan. 27 spacewalk, and replace a cable for an amateur radio system. Additionally, the astronauts will replace a wireless antenna assembly on the Unity module, install a “stiffener” on the airlock’s thermal cover to provide additional structural integrity, and route cables to provide ethernet capabilities for two high-definition cameras on the station’s port truss, or “backbone.”


https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa ... -spacewalk
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