Monthly Archives: December 2019

Hello @Space_Station from Thessaloniki, Greece 491.0 km away @NASA_Johnson #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above.

The mission of the ISS-Above is to inspire wonder for human spaceflight. To remind everyone we have the amazing B+ space station
above us and how that is crewed by the only human beings who are in space.

It also streams live video from the ISS High Definition Earth Viewing Experiment which gives live views of the earth from space.
And.. as well as all that this little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

How cool is that?!

Hello @Space_Station from Frank Bauer, KA3HDO 377.2 mi away @NASA_Johnson #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above.

The mission of the ISS-Above is to inspire wonder for human spaceflight. To remind everyone we have the amazing $150B+ space station
above us and how that is crewed by the only human beings who are in space.

It also streams live video from the ISS High Definition Earth Viewing Experiment which gives live views of the earth from space.
And.. as well as all that this little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

How cool is that?!

Hello @Space_Station from @ralphdavey and the Davey Family in Woodingdean, Brighton 311.9 mi away @NASA_Johnson #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above.

The mission of the ISS-Above is to inspire wonder for human spaceflight. To remind everyone we have the amazing $150B+ space station
above us and how that is crewed by the only human beings who are in space.

It also streams live video from the ISS High Definition Earth Viewing Experiment which gives live views of the earth from space.
And.. as well as all that this little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

How cool is that?!

Wotcha @Space_Station from @UltraSteveG in Ware, Hertfordshire 351.7 mi away! @NASA_Johnson #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above.

The mission of the ISS-Above is to inspire wonder for human spaceflight. To remind everyone we have the amazing $150B+ space station
above us and how that is crewed by the only human beings who are in space.

It also streams live video from the ISS High Definition Earth Viewing Experiment which gives live views of the earth from space.
And.. as well as all that this little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

How cool is that?!

@NASA_Johnson Hello #ISS from ISSAbove-KS-074 in Tiverton/Devon United Kingdom 288 m away. @ISS_Research #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above that is somewhere in the world. Hopefully the user will update this information soon

This little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

You can make one too!

Hello @Space_Station from Loggerheads, United Kingdom 376.6 mi away @NASA_Johnson #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above.

The mission of the ISS-Above is to inspire wonder for human spaceflight. To remind everyone we have the amazing $150B+ space station
above us and how that is crewed by the only human beings who are in space.

It also streams live video from the ISS High Definition Earth Viewing Experiment which gives live views of the earth from space.
And.. as well as all that this little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

How cool is that?!

@NASA_Johnson Hello #ISS from ISSAbove-KS-139 in Westerham/Kent UK 263 m away. @ISS_Research #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above that is somewhere in the UK. This one is located in the town of Biggin Hill in the South of England

This little techky device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

If you have a Raspberry Pi then you can make one too!

Hello @Space_Station from ISSAbove-HD-325 in WILMOT/NH USA 300.1 mi away @NASA_Johnson #issabove

This message was created by an ISS-Above that is somewhere in the world. Hopefully the user will update this information soon

This is one of the first new versions of the ISS-Above which features extended information via an attached Monitor (HDMI or Composite TV).
It also streams live video from the ISS HD Earth Viewing Experiment.
And.. as well as all that this little device lights up whenever The International Space Station is overhead.

How cool is that?!