NASACast: Space Shuttle and Space Station Video
De National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
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NASA video podcast episodes on the Space Shuttle and International Space Station
|1||VideoSpace to Ground - 3/07/14||Josh Byerly: Welcome to Space To Ground, your weekly look at what’s happening on board the ISS. I’m Josh Byerly. This past weekend, the station crew sent down some congratulations to the cast and crew of the movie Gravity. Astronaut Rick Mastracchio: We want to congratulate the entire production and directing team and the stars of Gravity for the honors they have earned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.||7/0/14||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|2||VideoSpace to Ground - 02/28/14||V.O.: Houston, station on space to ground. Josh Byerly: Welcome to Space To Ground, your weekly look at what’s happening on board the ISS. I’m Josh Byerly. More CubeSats were deployed off the side of the station this week. Sixteen were released earlier this month, and twelve more were deployed in this second batch. These small Earth-imaging satellites will provide clearer pictures of our home planet for researchers and educators. One of the great mysteries that the station is helping solve has to do with plants.||28/0/14||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|3||VideoSpace to Ground - 02/21/14||VO: Houston, station on space to ground. Josh Byerly: Welcome to space to ground, your weekly look at what’s happening on board the ISS.I’m Josh Byerly. Orbital Sciences’ Cygnus completed its mission this week. The cargo craft was detached from the station on Tuesday and sent into a destructive re-entry into the atmosphere on Wednesday. This brings to a close the first official cargo flight to the station by Orbital Sciences.So the United States now has two commercial companies – Orbital and SpaceX – flying up to the ISS, along with international partner vehicles.||21/0/14||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|4||VideoSpace to Ground - 02/14/14||Josh Byerly: Welcome to Space to Ground, your weekly look at what’s happening on board the ISS. I’m Josh Byerly. The station crew began the deployment, this week, of a series of CubeSats. Ultimately, there will be 33 of these tiny satellites released over the coming weeks in the largest CubeSat deployment in history. These first few will take a look at the planet below and offer lower cost, more efficient earth imaging for scientists and educators. These CubeSats are managed by NanoRacks and were delivered aboard Cygnus.||14/0/14||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|5||VideoSpaceX 2: Liftoff of Falcon 9||Mike Curie/NASA Launch Commentator: T-10 . . . nine . . . eight . . . seven . . . six . . . five . . . four . . . three . . . two . . . one . . . and liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon. SpaceX continues America's mission to resupply the International Space Station from U.S. soil. (Rumbling) Mike Curie/NASA Launch Commentator: Falcon 9 just passing through maximum dynamic pressure.||1/0/13||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|6||VideoCommercial Crew Accelerating American Ride to LEO||Ed Mango/NASA's Commercial Crew Program: All four companies here today are capable and are the leading edge of what is takes to get folks back into low-Earth orbit. John Mulholland/The Boeing Company: It's really emotionally and also strategically important that this country is a spacefaring nation and we're excited to get back to that point. Rob Meyerson/Blue Origin: ft we want to explore the frontier, we have to have a way to get there. We've got to, you know, drive our own vehicle.||25/0/13||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|7||VideoIn Their Own Words: Tom Simon||What is NASA's Commercial Crew Program and how is it different from other human spaceflight programs?||25/0/13||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|8||VideoRemoval of Legacy Hardware Makes Way for Modernization||Narrator: A facility full of platforms that once fit NASA's space shuttles like a glove is transitioning to make room for a new fleet of low-Earth orbit bound vehicles - The Boeing Company's CST-100 spacecraft. Chuck Hardison/Boeing: Phase 1, which is happening now, is the demolition phase where we're removing the old orbiter processing stands and the old space shuttle main engine processing stands. The second phase is our modernization phase where we'll put all of the facility infrastructure in for our clean factory concept.||21/0/12||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
|9||VideoNASA Train Upgraded in Shuttle-Era Facility||Narrator: When one of NASA's railroad locomotives needed a newer set of wheels, a one-of-a-kind facility built for the Space Shuttle Program made the upgrade possible. Kennedy Space Center's Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility, or RPSF, was built in 1984 to handle the shuttle's massive solid rocket motor segments, which came in by rail. Kevin Panik/RPSF Operations Manager: That's essentially how it worked for 30 years. This facility has never lifted or done anything other than shuttle segments and shuttle parts.||19/0/12||Gratuit||Afficher sur iTunes|
Avis des utilisateurs
De superbes images!!! Le top !!! Merci encore @ la NASA
J'essaye de suivre les dermiers vols des navettes, en live, et en plus je peux recuperer des films hd. Merci la NASA pour m'avoir fait reve avec ces vaisseaux. j'espere pouvoir les approcher dans un musee. A defaut je me contente des modeles 3D. Merci merci.
[édit]: dernier vol pour Atlantis, et dernier vol pour les navettes... Merci a toutes les personnes qui de près ou de loin ont travaille sur ces fantastiques vaisseaux et équipements. Je n'étais pas né pour suivre Apollo, Eagle, rover, etc. Mais j'ai toujours été berce par Enterprise, Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavour.
Merci a tous ceux qui ont donne leur temps et leur vie pour cette épopée.