Videos: “Space to Ground” ISS report – May.3.2019

The latest Space to Ground report from NASA on activities related to the  International Space Station:

** Great views of earth and vehicles approaching and docking to the station matched with a nice soundtrack:

The International Space Station’s High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment is an external camera platform located on the Columbus module of the space station. In addition to providing beautiful views of Earth, one of the goals of HDEV is to monitor the longevity and quality of its image sensors in the space environment. HDEV operations began April 30, 2014 and only a single bad pixel has been identified. Testing new engineering processes and camera system longevity expanded into having avid Earth-viewing followers and educational activities. To date, HDEV has reached over 300 million total views on UStream. Learn more:…

** Science and technology payloads heading to the ISS aboard the CRS-17 Cargo Dragon:

When it launches on Friday, May 3, SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft will carry crew supplies, scientific research and hardware to the International Space Station to support dozens of the more than 250 science and research investigations. Learn more about the science headed to space:….


Outpost in Orbit: A Pictorial & Verbal History of the Space Station