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NASA Offers Stunning Views of Earth in 4k

NASA has produced yet another stunning video from outer space, this time from the International Space Station where they've compiled images of...
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Incredible NASA Footage Captures Solar Flare in 4k UHD

Want to see what the sun looks like up-close and in-person? NASA captured this incredible footage of the sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory...

NASA to live stream Russian Crew Member Spacewalk on Space Station

On Friday, Dec. 27, NASA will live stream a seven-hour spacewalk by two Russian crew members aboard the International Space Station. Commander Oleg Kotov and Flight...

NASA to reveal Mercury polar regions findings

Want to know what studies of planet Mercury's polar regions have found? NASA will air a live news conference on Thursday, Nov. 29 at...

NASA & Xbox unveil free ‘Mars Rover Landing’ game

Perhaps you planned to celebrate the expected August 5 landing of NASA's Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars with a six pack of Zima and a bag of Funyuns? How about a free game instead? Mars Rover Landing is available right now for free download on Xbox Live. Gameplay involves the Kinect motion sensor, letting players take control of the spacecraft during the so-called "seven minutes of terror" as it enters the red planet's atmosphere. "Families can get a taste of the daring that's involved in this, just landing this mission on the surface," says Doug McCuistion, director of NASA's Mars Exploration Program. "It's going to be very similar to the way the team actually is going to do that."

NASA to broadcast Space Station spacewalk

On Thursday, Feb. 16 NASA will broadcast a spacewalk by two cosmonauts on the International Space Station. Russian Flight Engineers Oleg Kononenko and Anton Shkaplerov will conduct work on the Space Station, moving a 46-boom crane to a newer docking module.

NASA public TV channel to transmit in HD

Want your NASA in HD? Starting on Feb. 17, 2012, NASA Television's public and media channels will begin transmitting content in high-definition. NASA was already broadcasting in HD on NASA TV Channel 105, but that channel will end service in favor of the more distributed NASA Television Public Channel (101).

NASA: Shuttle Atlantis still on schedule

Space Shuttle Atlantis is still scheduled for launch on Friday morning, even though severe thunderstorms passed over the launch pad area and lightning struck a water tower 515 feet away.

HDNet to broadcast Endeavour Shuttle’s final flight

It will be a glorious yet sad day for NASA's Space Shuttle program, as Endeavour's final flight will take place on Friday, at 3:47 p.m. ET. The STS-134 launch will end an era for Endeavour, marking its 25th mission which will take 14 days to complete. HDNet will start coverage, presented in HD, at 3:30 p.m. ET.

NASA goes social on Flickr

NASA has added thousands of historical images to the Flickr "Commons," a section of the photo sharing website that allows users to tag and...

U2 collaborates with NASA on video

Last year, U2 incorporated video segments of NASA International Space Station crew members into their 360 Degree concert tour. Now, U2 and NASA have...

NASA launches full-time HD channel

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has launched a full-time HD channel today, making its MPEG-2 high-definition feed available to cable, satellite, and other...

Star Trek’s Brent Spiner narrates NASA Hubble documentary, HD download available

NASA is celebrating 20 years of Hubble Space Telescope operations with a documentary airing today at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 8 p.m., and 10...

Shuttle Mission STS-130 set for early Sunday launch: Update

Endeavour's 13-day, STS-130 mission is scheduled for liftoff at 4:39 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7. HDNet will start covering the lift off at 4:00...

HDNet to cover Endeavour shuttle launch tonight

Don't miss the launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavour scheduled for tonight at 7:39 p.m. Eastern Time. HDNet will start covering the event at...

NASA broadcasting HD shorts today

NASA is broadcasting a couple video shorts which started today at 10 a.m. ET. The first is a 20-minute piece that documents 167 feet...

HDNet to cover nighttime Space Shuttle launch

HDNet will provide live coverage of the 28th U.S. mission to the International Space Station tomorrow night, Mar. 11, in high-definition. The Space Shuttle...

High definition ‘NASA missions’ sneak previews

Here are 4 sneak previews of the upcoming Discovery Channel special "When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions". The special series includes historical NASA...

NASA unveils HD footage

Today NASA will unveil more than 100 hours of historical film restored to high-definition. The footage, from the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions will...

The Earth in High Definition

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, NASA will be broadcasting images of the Earth in high definition on NASA Television. The HD...

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