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NASA Introduces Live Feed of View From Space
June 20, 2015

NASA and Urthecast have established a live video feed from the International Space Station that showcases the beauty of our world in high definition.

Hovering 400 kilometres above the Earth?s surface, four high-definition cameras capture the deep blue of the world?s oceans, as well as the orange and yellow hue of the sun setting.

For more information on this project, click here. If you'd like to take a gander at the world from space, check out the live feed available.

NB. Black screen indicates the International Space Station is on the night side of the Earth.

An astronaut's perspective
Urthecast and NASA bring you live, high definition video from the ISS.

Perched 250 miles (400 km) above Earth?s surface are four high-definition cameras that capture video of our planet from four unique angles. You'll see storms swirl over the oceans, watch the sun rise and set 16 times a day, and experience the blue marble as it rolls beneath the ISS.
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