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ISS live feed plus NASA Android app

There’s an International Space Station live feed that takes cloud watching into the future, and this is achieved thanks to a number of HD always-on cameras in space and outside the station. They were switched on just under 2 weeks ago, so those of Product Reviews readers wanting to watch the ISS live video feed can do so right now.

The footage is streamed to the Ustream video we’ve embedded below this article, or you can take a look at the official NASA Android app. You can see one screenshot from within the NASA app below, which saw improved tablet support for video and images added to the latest update. The application also includes well over 10,000 images, breaking news, NASA mission details, Twitter feeds, launch countdowns, live streaming of NASA TV, and much more by downloading from Google play.

We also note that the ISS live feed is part of an experiment to see how well camera technology holds up to the extreme radiation in space, and the pressurised and temperature controlled housings help in this endeavor.


After you’ve taken a look at the ISS live feed below this article, feel free to learn more about the International Space Station via another Android app called ISSLive by NASA as well. This application delivers some focused information on ISS that includes crew member social media, science experiments, timelines, and live streaming data of the ISS onboard systems.


What do you think about this NASA experiment and the ISS live HD feed? Do you like cloud watching?

It is also worth mentioning that both of these apps are available to download on iTunes as well, so if you own an iPad or iPhone you’ll be able to install them on iOS. Take a look at the video stream below, and then share a comment.

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