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NASA TV is a TV broadcaster based in Washington DC. It’s an educational public television channel that provides live coverage of NASA space missions including those involving the International Space Station (ISS), robotic missions, satellite launches and international launches. Additionally, this channel has educational programs about space travel and live interviews with astronauts while they are in space. You can watch the channel online via the NASA TV live stream and its collection of videos, updated regularly. See our NASA TV review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: NASA TV
Location: Washington DC, United States
Genre: Public Television > Educational
Website: NASA TV Homepage

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Review of NASA TV

9.5

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  • - Live Stream
  • - Video On Demand

NASA TV’s rating of 9.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that NASA TV live streams its programs as they air. NASA TV also has a video collection so viewers can watch shows on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.

NASA TV is owned by the National Aeronautics and Space Agency. It broadcasts live footage of mission liftoffs from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, as well as from other launch sites around the world.

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Doug KirbyIn December 1972, I was at Cape Kennedy and watched Apollo 17 with Gene Cernan, lift off carrying the last men to the moon. Apollo 17 was the only manned moon mission to launch at night. I saw the Saturn V5 rocket lift off at 12:33am, the fireball from the Saturn rocket lite up the entire Cape Kennedy beach like an artificial sun. I could see 20 miles in all directions in the middle of the night. It was an incredible sight and an experience I will never forget

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Kevin Lafaso"Bob, this is Gene, and I'm on the surface; and, as I take man's last step from the surface, back home for some time to come – but we believe not too long into the future – I'd like to just (say) what I believe history will record: that America's challenge of today has forged man's destiny of tomorrow. And, as we leave the Moon at Taurus–Littrow, we leave as we came and, God willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind. Godspeed the crew of Apollo 17." Cernan

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James AllgyreWow. It's been 45 years. I was still in high school. He had such high expectations of the human race. I'm sorry we let you down Gene. Your foot prints and your daughters initials in the dust on the moon are an eternal testimonial to a great man.

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Lisa GayleWe did get to meet Mr Cernan once at NASA - it was an honor! Not too many of the moonwalkers left - one of man's biggest achievements, we can't even replicate it all these years later.

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Wayne SmithGene Cernan was a mainstay of the Space Program, back in the day. As a young boy, back in the 60s, he stood out as a leader of the always exciting Gemini and Apollo Program...Godspeed Sir.

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Tony McPherronOnly 32 men were assigned by NASA to the Apollo lunar landing program. Purdue University alumni made up over 10% of that group with four brave men signing up for the then unknown. Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom was born and raised in Indiana. He was the second American to fly in space in project Mercury (Liberty Bell 7) and also flew the first manned Gemini Mission (Molly Brown) thus becoming the first to fly in space twice. He was scheduled to be the first man to fly in all three of the early NASA programs (Mercury, Gemini, Apollo) when he was assigned as the commander of Apollo 1. On January 27, 1967 he was killed when the spacecraft caught fire during a test on the launch pad. Grissom was widely regarded as the man who would be the first to walk on the moon had he not perished in the fire (and subsequently verified by Deke Slayton, the head of the astronaut office, as his choice). Bunker Hill Air Force Base outside of Peru IN was renamed as Grissom Air Force Base in his honor. Grissom hall at Purdue is also named after him. Roger Chafee, a Grand Rapids MI native was also assigned to the prime crew of Apollo 1. It was to be his first flight assignment. He perished alongside his fellow Boilermaker Grissom. He never got to fly in space. Neil Armstrong grew up in Wapakoneta OH where today, just off I-75 is the Neil Armstrong museum. During Gemini 8, his first space flight, while docked to a target spacecraft launched previously and out of contact with ground control, his spacecraft began to tumble out of control due to a stuck thruster. His quick thinking and ability to salvage the craft and his life is widely credited as the reason he was subsequently chosen to be the first man to walk on the moon after the death of Grissom. On July 20, 1969 Neil became the first human to ever set foot on another world. "One small step for man, one giant leap for Mankind". Neil passed away in 2012 after complications from heart surgery. A member of the "All American Marching Band" he continued to be a big supporter of his Alma mater until his death. Armstrong Hall at Purdue was opened in 2007 and now houses the College of engineering at Purdue University. The last surviving of the four Purdue Apollo alumni was Gene Cernan who passed away today, January 16, 2017. Born in Chicago IL he studied electrical engineering at Purdue. He was veteran of both the Gemini and Apollo programs and is one of only three people ever to fly to moon on two separate occasions in Apollo 10 and Apollo 17. On December 14, 1972 Gene became the last person to walk on another world. Purdue has had a total of 23 astronauts since the space age began. Buzz Aldrin, while not a Purdue alumni, is working closely with the school of aeronautical/astronautical engineering to make his goal of landing humans on Mars possible. When that dream becomes a reality it will be in large part to all of those scientists, researchers, engineers, and astronauts; past, present, and future that called West Lafayette home for a portion of their lives. For that, this Boilermaker would like to thank you all. Ad astra per Aspera God Speed to all #BoilerUp #Purdue #HailPurdue

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Bob BurrisThese guys were pioneers and real life heroes. Hope we can see our way to a national holiday or proper monument to honor them. Thank you, Gene and rest well.

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Melissa Rae HedgesThank you for appropriate wording as most whom are sharing this story are writing "dead at 82" and I find that very disrespectful and rude. Passing away is just so much more of a way to celebrate the person.

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Diego GonzalezUna terrible pérdida, uno de los hombres que marcaron la historia de la HUMANIDAD. Muy triste por esto dónde quieras que haya viajado tu energía como se descubrió recientemente que no muere sino que vuelve al universo seas feliz

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Kleo PapasI had the privilege of meeting Commander Cernan back in 2003; he was charming, witty and diffident for a man that had achieved what others merely can dream of. I am desperately sad that we have lost him.

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Glenda T. OlszowyNetflix has a wonderful documentary called "The Last Man On The Moon". Just happened to watch it last month on the anniversary of the last moonshot, Apollo 17. Be sure to watch it if you get a chance.

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Rob Plahitko IIII never knew him in person, although I can't help but feel I have lost someone very dear to me. After seeing his documentary and researching him and the NASA early years, it has influenced me to push for the impossible and pursue a career in flying with the Navy. Gene, you were such a positive and powerful influence in the things I will accomplish and I won't short myself out. Thank you for your service and your inspiration. Now you can reach out and touch the face of God

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Craig RobertsR.I.P. Eugene Andrew "Gene" Cernan (CAPT, USN, RET). My condolences and prayers to the Cernan family. He was the 11th and last man to walk on the moon and one of my childhood heros that was larger than life. He was a true American explorer.

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Coolbringer Galindeza theory comes in my mind... you know the game kerbal space program? there is a kerbal named " Gene Kerman" which is so close to his name!!! by the way, I am also sad by his death. and the "Last Man on the Moon" in Netflix was really honourable. You have our heartfelt condolences.

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Jenn Deschamps LovelandDarcie I think Steve would appreciate this. If he hasn't watched it already there is a documentary on Netflix named The Last Man on the Moon about Gene Cernan that is excellent.

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Marcos GouveaI'm sad right now thinking how long we have been away from the moon during all of these years however we stood near to a man who could gave us an inside look of how it is to be out there on the other hand we can't forget the huge contribution he had to the development of the mankind in history. R.I.P

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Sastry PolavarapuThe world looks different after all the legendary moon walkers are gone. They all would surely rest in peace and invisibly stay with earth's science people. They all made a small beginning to make man become aware of the outer space and also to make man aware of his true place and his real size and his potential power in the material world. We can never forget the moon walkers.

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Robert WynneTruly One of the few Great men of the 20th Century. I hope we will go back for more Lunar experiences sooner rather than later. Thanks for the memories Gene.

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Eric KizanisAnyone there at NASA realize we can send a man to the moon and back safe but an airplane goes up not nearly as and it crashes everyone dies

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David OhlstonRest in peace Gene Cernan. He was in Austalia not that long ago and he was on the tadio and what he said was so interesting A sad loss of a great man. Lets hope he 7ywon't be the last man to walk on rhe moon for to muchonger.

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Scott CirceThank you for your service and inspiration. And may the Lord grant you a place of rest as you venture upon the greatest journey!

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Kathy SmithI think about how much has been spent on war and lament the slow progress in space since he was on the moon. Such waste of life and resources.

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Andrew FisherSad news. Also sad that he currently is the last human to walk on another celestial body. We need to continue the legacy of exploration

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Saeed KhanHeroes never die...Gene along with others wil be remembered fr ever fr their efforts to enlightened us n make us think n dream bigger...Love n Respect for you Sir

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Mark J. GrossI interviewed Gene Cernan , Ed MItchell, Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke, and other astronauts and more at various space shows over the years. Inbox me for info how to see these rare and unique one on one interviews I did. :) R.I.P. Gene Cernan

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