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Help Save NASA’s ISSLive! Website!

20 Mar 2014, 17:47 UTC
Help Save NASA’s ISSLive! Website!
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Frequent visitors to the NASA Live ISS Telemetry website ( http://spacestationlive.nasa.gov/ ) have spotted an official notice stating the site will be shutting down in two weeks. I can’t stress how incredibly awesome the ISS live site is. With a few clicks of a mouse, visitors can get real-time telemetry from the solar arrays, communications […]

Live Telemetry screen from the International Space Station. Image Credit: NASA
Frequent visitors to the NASA Live ISS Telemetry website ( http://spacestationlive.nasa.gov/ ) have spotted an official notice stating the site will be shutting down in two weeks.
I can’t stress how incredibly awesome the ISS live site is. With a few clicks of a mouse, visitors can get real-time telemetry from the solar arrays, communications systems, propulsion, and other systems. It’s kind of like looking at the bridge displays on Star Trek!
The notice suggests that people concerned about the site deactivation to contact Jennifer B. Price at jsc-isslive@mail.nasa.gov with ISS Live Web Site in the Subject. If you value this incredibly unique (and educational) website, I suggest you drop an email to Jennifer, and express your support in a courteous, professional manner. You can also contact your congressperson, as congress is the ...

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