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ISS NASA TV live canceled?
« on: 06/02/2020 12:30 pm »
Not sure if there's a better thread for this, but did NASA TV at some point cancel the live segments on station activities? They used to have like 1 hour a day on weekdays where they would show an hour of life coverage of events on ISS. I'm looking at the NASA TV schedule and I can't seem to find it. Did NASA cancel this at some point?
LEO is the ocean, not an island (let alone a continent). We create cruise liners to ride the oceans, not artificial islands in the middle of them. We need a physical place, which has physical resources, to make our future out there.

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Re: ISS NASA TV live canceled?
« Reply #1 on: 06/02/2020 12:56 pm »
Yes, it got canceled a while ago. See this thread:
https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=40822.0
« Last Edit: 06/02/2020 01:02 pm by yg1968 »

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Re: ISS NASA TV live canceled?
« Reply #2 on: 06/04/2020 06:25 pm »
Yes, it got canceled a while ago. See this thread:
https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=40822.0

That's unfortunate. There's no reason for NASA TV to exist any more then. That was the last remaining interesting element.
« Last Edit: 06/04/2020 06:25 pm by mlindner »
LEO is the ocean, not an island (let alone a continent). We create cruise liners to ride the oceans, not artificial islands in the middle of them. We need a physical place, which has physical resources, to make our future out there.

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Re: ISS NASA TV live canceled?
« Reply #3 on: 02/04/2022 07:08 pm »
Bump for apparent planned PAO cuts:

I am not sure where to post this, but why am I not seeing anything here about NASAWatch's new story about NASA cutting back on PA coverage of the ISS? Seems like an important topic!
« Last Edit: 02/04/2022 07:58 pm by russianhalo117 »

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Re: ISS NASA TV live canceled?
« Reply #4 on: 02/04/2022 07:28 pm »
Yes, it got canceled a while ago. See this thread:
https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=40822.0

That's unfortunate. There's no reason for NASA TV to exist any more then. That was the last remaining interesting element.

Quite the opposite.

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Re: ISS NASA TV live canceled?
« Reply #5 on: 07/27/2023 08:06 pm »
Cross posting the NASA App's forthcoming NASA+ On-Demand Streaming Service which is replacing the current legacy NASA TV broadcast links and more by switching to an  entirely Internet Protocol based app/web streaming system.

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NASA+ is ad free, no cost, and family friendly. It will feature NASA's Emmy award-winning live coverage, and new original video series.

NASA+ will be available on most major platforms via the NASA App on iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices; streaming media players such as, Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV; and on the web across desktop and mobile devices. 

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