Live From Space: Nat Geo takes you aboard the ISS

National Geographic Channel’s Live From Space two-hour event takes viewers 250 miles above Earth for a live broadcast from the International Space Station on Friday, March 14, at 8pm ET.

National Geographic Channel’s groundbreaking Live From Space two-hour event takes viewers 250 miles above Earth for a live broadcast from the International Space Station on Friday, March 14, at 8pm ET. Traveling 4.9 miles per second, the ISS orbits Earth every 90 minutes, so viewers will see sunrise and sunset, and spectacular views of Earth in both day and night. Astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Koichi Wakata give viewers a guided tour of the station and how the crew lives and works in it, as well as demonstrate some of the scientific experiments conducted on it. Host Soledad O’Brien is joined by astronaut Mike Massimino at Mission Control in Houston with additional commentary and analysis. Viewers can track the ISS and get a real-time interactive experience at LiveFromSpace.com.

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