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ISS live feed

by Harry bachmann
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Live Above You
Live Above You
NASA TV, Too
NASA TV, Too

It's time to get lost in space

$0.99 in the App Store

Perched 250 miles (400 km) above Earth’s surface are four high-definition cameras that capture video of our planet from unique angles. These looks are absolutely stunning on an HD television.

Live Above You. ​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.

Live Above You
NASA TV, Too

NASA TV, Too. Has the ISS reached the dark side of the Earth? No problem. Visit the NASA TV link and enjoy great video commentary about our galaxy.

What is it about?

There's nothing quite like looking at the Earth from the International Space Station. With ISS live feed, you'll feel like you're floating in space -- but without the traveling and zero gravity.

For those who...

  • Love to explore space
  • Want to feel like you're on the ISS

Not for those who...

  • Even standing on a ladder frightens you
  • Rather explore Earth from a closer location

Why we love it

This is one of the best ISS live feed apps for Apple TV. Easy to use, and a wonderful resource.

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
(7)
Size
8Mb
Genre
Weather
Last updated
September 23, 2016
Release date
May 13, 2016
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App Store Description

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.

Notes:
Black Image = ISS is on the night side of the Earth.
Image of sunset with words displayed = Switching between cameras, or communications with the ISS is not available.
Please note: The HDEV cycling of the cameras will sometimes be halted, causing the video to only show select camera feeds. This is handled by the HDEV team, and is only scheduled on a temporary basis. Nominal video will resume once the team has finished their scheduled event.

Map Source: www.esa.int
Photo: NASA/Applied Physics Lab, esa