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<br>This is an ISS live earth view happening right now from space at the International Space Station. The International Space Station is 260 miles (420 km) above the planet in a low earth orbit. It takes 90 minutes for the ISS to complete one orbit around the earth. During that time it passes into the dark side of the earth for 1/2 the time. During the dark period, youll be able to view lightning storms and the light from towns and cities. Regularly, the ISS will stop transmitting due to a connection loss but will come back up automatically once it establishes the connection again. The picture will switch to simulation of where the ISS is above earth when the connection is lost (aka OFFLINE).

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The dashboard on the bottom contains the following information:


Global flight path of the ISS with realtime lightning strikes. The flight path of the ISS shows where the ISS is right now, its path 90 minutes ago (yellow line), and 90 minutes ahead (white line). Due to the Stations orbit, it appears to travel from west to east over our planet, and due to Earths own rotation, the Space Station moves 2200 km to the west on each orbit. If you time it right, you can see the International Space Station on a clear night with your own eyes, just by looking up. Any lightning that strikes the ground will appear on this map in realtime. This is useful for seeing if the ISS will be passing over any lightning storms while on the night side of earth.


A zoomedin map showing the current location of the ISS and current {62} conditions.


The space stations current position over the earth (state/province and country) or the name of the body of water, the current time and date, the elevation and speed of the station, and the condition of the {84} transmission: Live Now (red box) or Offline (blue box). if the live transmission is offline, archived {84} or a simulation of where the space station is will appear in the main window. Additional data related to the country below will be displayed in this areaincluding, capital city, population statistics, age demographics, energy sources etc. Data source: <a href=”https://ourworldindata.org/” target=”_blank“>https://ourworldindata.org/a>

4. BOTTOM, RIGHT BOX ——————-

If the live stream is running and it is daytime, this box will show the secondary camera aboard the ISS. The camera will either be a wideangle view of earth and space with parts of the space station in the foreground or it will show the astronauts working inside of the space station. At night, the view of earth from the sunny side of the planet captured 46 minutes ago is shown. When the live feed is offline, {61} flares, {61} storms, and sunspots can be spotted from the latest timelapse videos of the surface of our sun. These images are captured by NASAs {61} Dynamics Observatory and are updated every hour.

Note: Due to the delay in getting the camera feeds, the camera feeds and the maps might be out of sync by up to 15 seconds.

This is an ISS live space view from the NASA External HD live cameras currently mounted on the outside of the ISS. Thank you <a href=”https://www.nasa.govtarget=”_blank“>https://www.nasa.gova> for providing this stream! More info can be found on our {28} here: <a href=”https://afar.tv/streams/iss_spacestation/” target=”_blank“>https://afar.tv/streams/iss_spacestation/a>

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