Tag: live webcast
All going well, NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory rover will launch at 1.02 am AEST tomorrow morning (Sunday) all going well from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida (or 2.02 am Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time). You will be able to watch the launch live via the Internet on NASA TV. If all goes well, the rover […]
Don’t forget to watch (via NASA TV) as the next crew launches (using a Russian Soyuz rocket) to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. At the time of writing, the launch is scheduled to occur at (pick your time zone): 2.14 pm Monday 14 November Australian Eastern Standard Time […]
Arianespace will be webcasting live the launch of the Ariane 5 ECA rocket with the Arabsat 5C satellite Wednesday morning (21 September 2011). According to the email I received about the launch it will occur sometime between 9:38 p.m. to 11:02 p.m. U.T.C. on Tuesday 20 September 2011. That translates to 7.38 am – 9.02 am […]
Update (12.31am AEST 13 July 2011): The launch was successful. Update (12.19am AEST 13 July 2011): The webcast is now underway. Yesterdays Soyuz spacecraft launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome was cancelled for technical reasons. The launch is re-scheduled for 12.27 pm today (Wednesday 13 July 2011). Watch the launch live from Baikonur Cosmodrome, […]
Update (12.53 pm AEST 12 July 2011): The launch has been scrubbed for unspecified reasons. Yesterdays Soyuz spacecraft launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome was cancelled for technical reasons. The launch is re-scheduled for 12.43 pm today (Tuesday 12 July 2011). Watch the launch live from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
Bored at work? Watch the launch of an Arianespace Soyuz rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. The launch is scheduled for 12.58 pm today (Monday 11 July 2011)
A Soyuz spacecraft will dock at the International Space Station this Friday morning at 7:22am AEST (at the time of writing). The Soyuz spacecraft launched yesterday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Soyuz spacecraft is carrying three astronauts to the International Space Station, and will increase the crew back to six. A […]
Today’s Partial Solar Eclipse is now underway. The eclipse is being webcast live from a telescope in Norway. The eclipse is not directly visible from Australia. Note that there is no commentary and that the webcast consists of static images being uploaded to the website. You are able to download any of the […]
At the time of writing, the Space Shuttle is scheduled to land at the Kennedy Space Centre on Wednesday 1 June 2011 at 4.35pm AEST. We will be able to watch the landing live via NASA TV at http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html.
You can follow the coverage live on NASA TV. .