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Upcoming Live Events (All Times Eastern)




May 22, Friday


2:15 p.m. – SpaceX Demonstration Mission 2 Virtual Crew Engagement


May 25, Monday
TBD – SpaceX Demonstration Mission 2 Prelaunch Briefing
6:45 a.m. - Coverage of the Rendezvous and Capture of the JAXA/HTV-9 Cargo Ship at the International Space Station (Capture scheduled at 8:15 a.m. EDT) - Johnson Space Center
9:30 a.m. - Coverage of the Installation of the JAXA/HTV-9 Cargo Ship to the International Space Station - Johnson Space Center


May 26, Tuesday
10 a.m. – SpaceX Demonstration Mission 2 Administrator Countdown Clock Briefing


May 27, Wednesday
12 p.m. – Live Views of the SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket on Launch Pad 39-A at the Kennedy Space Center for NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 launch to the International Space Station – Kennedy Space Center
12:15 p.m. – Coverage of NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 launch to the International Space Station (Launch scheduled at 4:33 p.m. EDT) – Kennedy Space Center/Hawthorne, California/Johnson Space Center
6 p.m. – NASA/SpaceX Demo-2 post-launch news conference


Editor's note: The live views of the launch pad at 12 p.m. EDT begin continuous coverage on all channels through the Crew Dragon docking to the International Space Station on Thursday, May 28, and subsequent hatch opening and welcoming ceremony.





May 28, Thursday
11:29 a.m. – Docking of the SpaceX Crew Dragon, with NASA Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, to the International Space Station – Hawthorne, California/Johnson Space Center
1:55 p.m. – Opening of the hatch to the SpaceX Crew Dragon and entrance of the DM-2 NASA astronauts into the International Space Station - Hawthorne, California/Johnson Space Center
2:25 p.m. – Welcoming Ceremony for the SpaceX DM-2 NASA astronauts - Hawthorne, California/Johnson Space Center
4 p.m. - SpaceX/Dragon DM-2 Post-Docking Briefing – Johnson Space Center


May 29, Friday
11:05 a.m. - International Space Station Expedition 63 crew news conference with Commander Chris Cassidy of NASA and astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley of NASA

 

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Watch live today: SpaceX launching 60 Starlink satellites @ 9:25 pm ET

The company is targeting 9:25 p.m. EDT (0125 GMT on June 4) for the launch of its eighth batch of 60 Starlink satellites, a mission designated Starlink 7 (the seventh operational mission, following an initial test mission in May 2019).

SpaceX's newest Starlink satellites will lift off on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. You can watch the launch live in the window above, courtesy of SpaceX, or tune in directly via the company's website. The live webcast will begin approximately 10 minutes before liftoff.

 

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I watched the launch live on Saturday. I have to admit, I got a lump in my throat as they were lifting off. When the lady said the last part about "Go NASA and Godspeed", I dang near cried. When she said "Super sonic", I did shed a tear.....just one. Not, because I was fearful, but because i was reminded of good and hope, and we need those things now.
I stood in awe when the launching part returned to earth and parked itself upright.
This might not be new to most of you, but since the last rocket launch I watched exploded, I was amazed and filled with happiness and hope.
 

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I watched the launch live on Saturday. I have to admit, I got a lump in my throat as they were lifting off. When the lady said the last part about "Go NASA and Godspeed", I dang near cried. When she said "Super sonic", I did shed a tear.....just one. Not, because I was fearful, but because i was reminded of good and hope, and we need those things now.
I stood in awe when the launching part returned to earth and parked itself upright.
This might not be new to most of you, but since the last rocket launch I watched exploded, I was amazed and filled with happiness and hope.

TBH...i also shared a tear.(Ok...maybe 4)

Got goosebumps when i heard ""Let`s light this candle "



Sundrop
This made me happy.
 

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The last Nasa TV Schedule. :sweat:

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NASA TV Schedule for Week of June 15

Live Programming


JUNE





June 16, Tuesday

11:30 a.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight interviews with CBS News, CNN and Fox Business News and NASA astronaut Bob Behnken (All Channels)


June 17, Wednesday
2 p.m. – Media briefing on upcoming launch of the Mars Perseverance Rover from the Jet Propulsion Lab (All Channels)





June 19, Friday
11 a.m. - SpaceCast Weekly (All Channels)
1:10 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight educational event with recorded questions from students at Challenger Learning Centers and Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy and NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley (All Channels)


June 24, Wednesday
1:10 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight event with CBS’ "Late Late Show" with James Corden and NPR’s Morning Edition and astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley of NASA (All Channels)
2 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 spacewalk preview briefing (All Channels)


June 26, Friday
6 a.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 U.S. spacewalk #65 coverage. Spacewalk is scheduled to begin at 7:35 a.m. EDT with Cassidy and Behnken and expected to last up to 7 hours (All Channels)



June 29, Monday
TBD – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight event with NBC Nightly News “Kids Edition” / Associated Press / Washington Post and Station Commander Chris Cassidy of NASA and NASA astronaut Bob Behnken (All Channels)


JULY


July 1, Wednesday

6 a.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 U.S. spacewalk #66 coverage. Spacewalk scheduled to begin at 7:35 a.m. EDT with Cassidy and Behnken and expected to last up to 7 hours (All Channels)
4 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63-64 crew news conference (Rubins, Ryzhikov, Kud-Sverchkov) (All Channels)

 
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The last Nasa TV Schedule. :sweat:

NASA Television Upcoming Events










Watch NASA TV


ALL TIMES EASTERN U.S. TIME


Regularly Scheduled Programming


















NASA TV Schedule for Week of June 15

Live Programming


JUNE





June 16, Tuesday

11:30 a.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight interviews with CBS News, CNN and Fox Business News and NASA astronaut Bob Behnken (All Channels)


June 17, Wednesday
2 p.m. – Media briefing on upcoming launch of the Mars Perseverance Rover from the Jet Propulsion Lab (All Channels)





June 19, Friday
11 a.m. - SpaceCast Weekly (All Channels)
1:10 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight educational event with recorded questions from students at Challenger Learning Centers and Expedition 63 Commander Chris Cassidy and NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley (All Channels)


June 24, Wednesday
1:10 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight event with CBS’ "Late Late Show" with James Corden and NPR’s Morning Edition and astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley of NASA (All Channels)
2 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 spacewalk preview briefing (All Channels)


June 26, Friday
6 a.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 U.S. spacewalk #65 coverage. Spacewalk is scheduled to begin at 7:35 a.m. EDT with Cassidy and Behnken and expected to last up to 7 hours (All Channels)



June 29, Monday
TBD – International Space Station Expedition 63 in-flight event with NBC Nightly News “Kids Edition” / Associated Press / Washington Post and Station Commander Chris Cassidy of NASA and NASA astronaut Bob Behnken (All Channels)


JULY


July 1, Wednesday

6 a.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63 U.S. spacewalk #66 coverage. Spacewalk scheduled to begin at 7:35 a.m. EDT with Cassidy and Behnken and expected to last up to 7 hours (All Channels)
4 p.m. – International Space Station Expedition 63-64 crew news conference (Rubins, Ryzhikov, Kud-Sverchkov) (All Channels)



osnafrank , want to take the time to say thank you for all the NASA items you have brought to our attention. LLAP