ISS-Above is being developed by this guy over to the left. That’s me… Liam Kennedy. I’m someone who has no formal training in astronomy. But that does not stop me from sharing my passion for spacey things with everyone I meet. ISS-Above is just one more expression of that.
Over the years I have been a Griffith Observatory Planetarium Lecturer, I was the president of the Orange County Astronomers (one of the largest clubs in the country), I have also been a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador. Back in 2003,2004 I produced a public access TV show in Orange County called Look Up Tonight (24 episodes).
When I’m not spending time on spacey things – I run my own live event video production company called ImageBEAM. Occasionally I manage to connect the two passions together and I end up supporting events in the space field. That’s cool!
NOTE: This is a LEGACY site for ISS-Above from the very early days of the project. The most recent info is hosted over on our main site (where you can also purchase the ISS-Above device).
Since the first Kickstarter project in January 2014, we have now shipped approaching 5,000 devices worldwide. You can see many of those devices on this Google Map of ISS-Above locations worldwide.
This site is still used to allow the purchase of the download image for ISS-Above – useful if you already have a Raspberry Pi and just want to make THAT an ISS-Above.