Tag: live webcast

Watch Space Shuttle launch live Monday night (16 May 2011)

May 15, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

At the time of writing this blog post, NASA’s Space Shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to lift off tomorrow night (Monday 16 May 2011) at 10.56 pm AEST. You have the option of watching the launch on either NASA’s website or on the European Space Agency website. During its 14-day mission, Endeavour will deliver […]

Continue Reading

Space Shuttle Discovery launch confirmed for Friday

February 23, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

The launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery from the Kennedy Space Centre has been confirmed for this Friday at 7.50am AEST. The launch will be webcast on NASA.TV. Further information on the mission can be found here.

Continue Reading

Live webcast of ESA ATV-2 docking at ISS Friday morning

February 23, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

ESA’s ATV Johannes Kepler robotic spacecraft is due to dock with the International Space Station on Friday 25 February at 1:45 am AEST. The webcast website can be found here. Further information about the ATV-2 can be found here.

Continue Reading

Watch Two Live Webcasts Of Spacecraft Docking At International Space Station This Week

January 24, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

We can watch from the comfort (and safety!) of our computer chairs as two robotic spacecraft deliver essential supplies to the International Space Station this week thanks to NASA TV. Simply follow that link to watch live coverage of the spacecraft docking at the times listed below. The first spacecraft to dock at […]

Continue Reading

Live Webcast of Spacewalk From International Space Station This Friday

January 17, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

The 151st space walk from the International Space Station (and the 27 Russian spacewalk) will be webcast by NASA TV this coming Friday night. The spacewalk is planned to last six hours. (Text in italics from NASA website). ‘Two Russian cosmonauts will venture outside the International Space Station on Jan. 21 to complete […]

Continue Reading

Partial Solar Eclipse Tuesday 4 January 2011

January 3, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

The first of six eclipses for 2011 happen tomorrow when a partial Solar Eclipse occurs over Europe, North Africa and central Asia. Normally this eclipse wouldn’t be worth mentioning as we can’t see it in Australian skies. While we can’t see the eclipse directly, there is at least one observatory will be webcasting […]

Continue Reading

Watch Tuesday’s Lunar Eclipse via webcast

December 20, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

With Tuesday nights weather not looking promising in Eastern Australia, our only option at watching that nights lunar eclipse may be to watch it via the Internet. A quick search has found the following sites that plan to be webcasting the Lunar Eclipse live (subject of course to them having clear skies at […]

Continue Reading

Space Shuttle Discovery launch cancelled till Saturday

November 4, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Update: Bad weather has cancelled the latest attempt to launch the Space Shuttle Discovery. The next attempt will be Saturday morning Australian time. The Space Shuttle Discovery launch is now scheduled for 5.29 am AEST tomorrow morning (add one hour if daylight savings applies in your location). Weather is now apparently the only […]

Continue Reading

Space Shuttle Discovery launch delayed till Thursday

October 31, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Technical problems have resulted in the launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery being delayed until 5.52 am AEST Thursday morning. More information about the delay can be found here on NASA’s website. Live coverage of the launch will be shown on NASA TV via the Internet.

Continue Reading

Shuttle launch 2 November pending fuel leak fix

October 24, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

The Space Shuttle Discovery (on mission STS-133) is scheduled to launch at 6.40am AEST on Tuesday 2 November 2010 on its last flight to space pending the impact of a just fixed fuel leak. Assuming the leak fix has worked, we will be able to watch the launch live on NASA.TV via the […]

Continue Reading