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NASA TV World Wide



Quite some time ago someone on this list asked about NASA TV in 
Europe, South America or Australia.  I don't know if the availability 
has been resolved since.  But in the mean time I came across what 
follows.  Although "reflectors" are not on every continent, there 
should be no reason why one *anywhere* in the world with Internet 
access cannot enjoy the program to some extent now.    


>From http://spacelink.nasa.gov/.index.html and 
http://btree.lerc.nasa.gov/NASA_TV/NASA_TV.html: 

NASA Television Coverage on CU-SeeMe 

NASA TV CU-SeeMe feed into the Internet - NASA Lewis Research Center 

     In North America, the NTV reflectors are: 
          139.88.27.43 at the NASA Lewis Research Center 
          128.158.172.85 at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center 
          143.232.17.132 at the NASA Ames Research Center 
          131.123.5.1 at Kent State University 
          129.105.3.61 at Northwestern University 
          129.186.112.237 at Iowa State University 
          134.114.145.158 at Northern Arizona University 
          131.178.23.37 at ITESM University Information Center-Library, 
                           Mexico 

     In Europe, the NTV reflectors are: 
          158.36.33.5 at Østfold Regional College in Norway 
          130.235.128.100 at Lund University in Sweden 
          147.94.38.2 at Ecole Superieure de Mecanique de Marseille in France 
          193.51.107.1 at International Space University, Strasbourg Central 
                       Campus in France 

     In Asia, the NTV reflectors are: 
          140.129.142.49 at Tung Nan Junior College of Technology, Taipei, 
                         Taiwan 
          203.138.73.254 at A-Sync Co. Ltd. in Japan 


See also info at http://shuttle.nasa.gov/ntv/schedule.html, 
http://garc.gsfc.nasa.gov/www/garc-home-page.html, and 
http://garc.gsfc.nasa.gov/www/retransmission/retrans_status.html.   

I think NASA TV is available via RealPlayer as well, although I'm 
not sure if parts of it are necessarily broadcast in real time or 
"near" real time.  

You can get the CU-SeeMe video conferencing software for your Mac or 
PC at http://cu-seeme.cornell.edu/.  A camera is NOT required to 
*watch*.  

Cheers, 

Pat WD8LAQ
wd8laq@amsat.org


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Patrick L. Kilroy                                           (ex-743)
SSPP Avionics Electrical Engineer  Phone:  301-286-1984
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center   Fax:    301-286-1673
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