Watch Live as Cosmonauts Spacewalk to Reinstall UrtheCast Cameras on the Space Station Right Now
This is happening above your head RIGHT NOW.
Russian cosmonauts Commander Oleg Kotov and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy will undertake a spacewalk beginning at 9:10AM EST today to install cameras on the outside of the ISS for the UrtheCast streaming ISS imagery service. Live coverage begins at 8:30AM, and you can watch them float through space right here.
UrtheCast is a web service that allows you to watch the Earth live from the cameras that will be installed on the ISS. Here’s what the service is all about:
UrtheCast’s two cameras will stream unprecedented footage of our evolving Earth to anyone with an internet connection. In near real time, you will be able to visit your favourite locales and learn about current events as they unfold.
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