NASA TV: Live from Space Shuttle and ISS

To mark the 40th anniversary of the first Moon landing, we have NASA TV, live from Space Shuttle Endeavor (STS-127).

Click to play. All the usual controls; full screen, mute, volume, pause…

It will be docking live with the International Space Station, and the crew will be moonwalking performing five spacewalks and complete construction of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s Kibo laboratory.
At the time of the 40th anniversary they will be playing back the audio from the Apollo 11 mission in full and in real-time.

Note that it doesn’t have audio all the time. Those silent exterior shots of the Earth rotating slowly are just crying out for some ambient music. Briano Eno – Apollo?

Works well in full screen…


6 thoughts on “NASA TV: Live from Space Shuttle and ISS”

  1. Great !
    This is a high quality stream, both image and sound are clean.
    Some fine materials for sampling !
    Why not in the next release ?

  2. Yes, very good quality. I’ve been watching this all afternoon, just in the background whilst I’m working :-)

    Would make a perfect short film to the next High Skies release :-)

  3. @Vincent. Yes, very fine for sampling.
    There are voice samples in the next release, but something from further away…

    Thanks Jamb and Beno (B Eno?)

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