This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
See Real Time Data and what’s happening onboard the International Space Station
Interact with live streaming data from the International Space Station (ISS), Take virtual 3D tours of the Mission Control Center (MCC) and ISS, and View console displays, crew and science timelines for a fun, educational experience with NASA.
– Live streaming data from the ISS onboard systems and mission timelines
– Crew and Science timelines with individual crewmember, social media, and international science experiment details
– Console displays with live streaming systems data and educational material to describe how the ISS works
– Virtual Mission Control Center is a 3D replica of the MCC in Houston, TX organized to describe how the mission control team supporting the ISS work
– Links to the five International Partner Space Agencies mission information
– Educational lessons that interact with the live streaming system data accessible through the website link
ISSLive!: ISS Mission Control in Your Pocket
International Space Station Live! or ISSLive! includes a website and mobile applications that tie ISS streaming systems data and operational timelines into one “Rich Internet Application (RIA)” experience. The application offers data on real time parameters such as station position, internal environment, altitude, payload rack science activities and other interesting data and crew activities. ISSLive! ties this data into an interactive application which includes the latest social media feeds.
ISSLive! contains a scrollable timeline, with a ‘public-friendly’ view of crew and payload activities. It uses some of the latest interactive web content technologies, including 3D interactive virtual views of the MCC and ISS. ISSLive! is a “one-stop shop” for ISS data, letting users in on the fascinating activities that happen daily onboard the ISS.
Working with the NASA Education Office, ISSLive! content serves as the basis for development of interactive lessons in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. ISSLive! is also a resource for the space enthusiast, the educator, and the life-long learner to participate in the mission of the ISS.
What's New in Version 1.2
Science Timeline display of Research Live data. General bug fixes and upgrades.
NASA I came up with one more idea
NASA you guys basically built the I.S.S. well you guys should add astronauts and we could customize our own and we can explore the inside and outside of the I.S.S. in simulation mode and in simulation mode we could use every last control on the I.S.S. and there should be missions where we fix the I.S.S. And in simulation mode we could have our own I.S.S. And we can customize the inside and outside of it and we can add space equipment to it and fuselages that we customized to it. A lot of ideas right? I know I'm very creative! But this app is awesome! It's like I'm stocking the people aboard the I.S.S. Not really. The idea I came up with to add to my ideas for the next update: can we talk to the crew members? When they're awake? I'll be asleep if the crew is awake but I could talk to them on the weekends I stay up late or all night on the weekends and the weekends would be a good time to talk to the crew but if they are working I won't bug the crew. Still an awesome app!
Urgently Needs 64 bit support
This app urgently needs to be updated with 64 bit support to be compatible with current iOS devices. It also needs various bug fixes.
This is a really awesome concept, it's a shame it's not kept up to date.
Awesome concept, but doesn't work
I was really excited when I found this app; seriously how amazing would it be to get near realtime data from the ISS. Unfortunately the live feeds don't work. The non-live features are interesting, but you can work your way through that in 10 minutes.
I hope NASA fixes the app... The space program is so important and they need to keep the public engaged.
- Category: Education
- Updated: Apr 16, 2014
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 127 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: NASA
- © NASA 2012
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.