NASA TV and Space Stations Cameras Live

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Rinat's picture

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pankajjani4u@yahoo.co.in's picture

I am Pankaj Jani from Mumbai India, being a Amateur Radio operator call sign VU3PMJ, active with local CIVIL DEFENCE and conducting awareness workshop on AMATEUR RADIO& FIRE SAFETY RESCUE to the College & School Students and Senior Citizens at many parts of India. This is one of the advantage where I can show ISS Tracking map to my students. I request your goodselves to permit me for free to show this images to our students in India. Thank you very much. This Cosmoplus image is very useful and amazing scientic information for the young generations. Once again thanks & NAMASTE from INDIA.

I just noticed we now have two more frames, and good it now tells you when the station will be in your latitude nexed the site getting better as we go on .

Captain_Jack's picture

Been a regular on ustream for about a year or so . This combo is great though. My name on Ustream is jackct.

celebic's picture

I saw an object yesterday. Could it be a satellite? I added some screen shots (images)

krhbjhx@gmail.com's picture

Anyone see that thing approach cam 2 ? I got a few screen shots first coming towards last few going away xx

celebic's picture

How can we see the screen shots?

mrsjaa's picture

I hope to capture a shot from the ISS of the pan Handle of Florida.... I live 10 mins North of the FL border. Dothan is a circle city so I am waiting for the day it is set to scan straight down!!! I HOPE TO SEE ROSS CLARK CIRCLE FROM SPACE SOON!! Are ya'll taking requests? or just Prayers!! LOL!! I missed the pass over on ((((( Sunday July 10 at around 11am central )))))... anyone get a shot they could share?? THANKS <3 Janet<><

3 blank screen,I am new to this site,is this normal ?

Hidden's picture

It could be because your network is slow or the satellite is positioned in an open ocean during night time. so you wont see a thing especially if there are no thunderstorms...if that doesn't answer your question then i hope somebody will give you the answer :)

ready2plead's picture

I can not see any video or live footage.

joeyishearrr's picture

Hey whers the feed to the other cameras i know they work i want to see the horizon. Please fix it

Funtechman's picture

:)

joeyishearrr's picture

Ehat happen to the rotation of different camera views. We know what is out there dont hide it. Let us see it. Please

SKYSPACE62's picture

The different cameras installed outside or within the ISS allow us to see in real time the beauties of our planet and the works performed by the astronauts in their space race, thanks for sharing with humanity these moments

SKYSPACE62's picture

Thank you ,It is incredible to be able to share the images live inside and outside the ISS, knowledge and protagonism make the human being an intelligent being able to conquer the universe
Solon's picture

Very good!
SKYSPACE62's picture

Seeing our planet from the ISS is simply fantastic, that technology allows us to see from space the sacred place where life is generated is wonderful
SKYSPACE62's picture

FANTASTIC NEW CAM LIVE AT 360 , WONDERFULL
aalonso's picture

Really nice live stream views. I´d love seing planets and satelites.

I'm a little disappointed, I logged in to see the side of the Earth experiencing night time expecting to see the lights from the cities below. Instead its just a black screen. Then when the ISS goes over the part of the Earth experiencing day time, its white clouds or blue ocean, no green? Is this set-up done on purpose? These views would not be of any benefit to NASA or anyone it claims to share the view with in order for them to observe and learn about the atmosphere etc How about putting up a live stream of the video that NASA actually sees instead of the very limited view shown to the public on here.
AStuijt's picture

Wait a minute the map says you're going over europe right now. But it's not night time here - why does the space station videos show that it's nighttime?