In addition to transmissions, in real time, filmed directly from the ISS, the app can track its orbit through an available map and know where on Earth it is passing. You can watch guided tours by the astronauts on board.
You can access a set of cameras installed both inside and outside the Space Station. If you are lucky you can even follow the work of the astronauts on board or dedicated interviews.
The app includes NASA TV and NASA TV Media, with various content and programs on the space agency’s missions, as well as research reports and space-related subjects.
The launch of rockets and satellites are also possible to follow and whenever you enter the application, a table informs you about the next live events.
On May 20, another JAXA rocket will be sent from Japan, followed on 25 by its arrival at the destination. But the eyes will be set on the 27th, for the launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon aboard the Falcon 9, as it is the final manned test, which will start the NASA Commercial Program.