Author Topic: Will an ISS "educational in-flight event" be available in a video file later?  (Read 645 times)

Offline msc

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My daughter goes to an elementary school that will take part in a live link Q&A with the ISS today at 11:00.  Will this show up later in a video file on NASA's YouTube page, or do I have to beg some one here to record the live stream for me?  (I'll watch it live, but would like to have it to save for the grandparents, etc.)

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Sometimes they show snippets, but your better bet is to head to the official NASA TV link and when you click to watch the stream the "autorecord" options are below.

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Thanks for the tip.  But I don't see those options when I am watching it at http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html 

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Click the UStream / Watch on UStream links. At the bottom of that page you'll see the live feed then recorded videos, which are in 2-hr blocks 24x7

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Great!  That will work.

Thanks!

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