NASA TV live

Ever since the successful landing of Mars rover Curiosity in August 6th of 2012, NASA TV broadcasts have experienced a big surge in viewers. Since then many other successful missions and interesting Earth-based as well as cosmic phenomena have been transmitted to curious masses of viewers all over the world.

NASA TV has a rich body of programming including about analysis of significant global events such as the Chelyabinsk airburst event. There are regular broadcasts from the International Space Station. One recent interesting micro-gravity experiment called “Ants in Space!” was broadcasted live from onboard the ISS. Broadcasts include many other on going missions such as the Hi-SEAS Mars travel simulations exploring psychology of long duration space travel or astronaut training missions from the underwater reef base Aquarius.

NASA’s mission statement:

“To understand and protect our home planet; to explore the universe and search for life; to inspire the next generation of explorers …”



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