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NASA LIVE: United Launch Alliance to Launch Delta IV Heavy Rocket #ParkerSolarProbe @2:31am EST
 
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A United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket will launch NASA's Parker Solar Probe from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at 3:31-4:36 a.m. EDT (0731-0836 GMT) Liftoff window begins at 2:31 a.m. EST ▰ Get Live Alerts: (Rocket Launches & Webcasts) https://goo.gl/5vz3WC ▰ on Instagram https://instagram.com/spaceuniverse_official/ ▰ on Twitter https://twitter.com/spaceuniverse7 Parker Solar Probe is humanity’s first mission to the sun. After launch, it will orbit directly through the solar atmosphere – the corona – closer to the surface than any human-made object has ever gone. While facing brutal heat and radiation, the mission will reveal the fundamental science behind what drives the solar wind, the constant outpouring of material from the sun that shapes planetary atmospheres and affects space weather near Earth. Parker Solar Probe is part of NASA’s Living With a Star Program to explore aspects of the connected sun-Earth system that directly affect life and society. NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission, which is scheduled to launch today, will come within 3.9 million miles (6.2 million kilometers) of the sun — seven times closer than any other spacecraft ever has. The specially shielded Parker Solar Probe will have to endure temperatures up to 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit (1,370 degrees Celsius) and solar radiation intensities 475 times higher than we're used to here on Earth. If all goes according to plan, the Parker Solar Probe will zoom close to the sun 24 times between 2018 and 2025, gathering a variety of data about the sun's structure and magnetic and electric fields, as well as the energetic particles cruising near and away from Earth's star. This information could help researchers solve two longstanding mysteries: How the solar wind is accelerated and why the sun's outer atmosphere, or corona, is so much hotter than the solar surface, NASA officials have said. By the courtesy of United Launch Alliance www.ulalaunch.com www.spaceofficial.com SPACE & UNIVERSE Network We love ❤ Space Do you? ▰ Instagram https://instagram.com/spaceuniverse_official/ ▰ Twitter https://twitter.com/spaceuniverse7 ▰ Linkedin https://linkedin.com/company/27225309/ ▰ Upcoming launch events: https://goo.gl/APoYMC --- Livechat: - special characters, links will be automatically blocked. Please do not share any personal information in Live chat. ┈
WATCH LIVE: NASA TV International Space Station Channel #crewmembers #Bigbrother | @24/7 LIVE CAMS
 
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(SET A REMINDER) NASA LIVE TV - Watch what happens INSIDE the International Space Station "Bigbrother" Channel, Expedition-53 crew 24/7 live cameras. NASA Now Provides an Inside Look at International Space Station with Streaming live from the International Space Station's laboratories. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live and work in space? Follow astronauts on the International Space Station in a 24/7 live feed as they explain their daily routines. * Blue screen: Please Standby the signal is temporarily lost from the international space station. * Available during all crew duty hours. NASA Crew inside the international space station: Joe Acaba. KE5DAR Alexander Misurkin Mark Vande Hei, KG5GNP Sergey Ryanzansky Commander Randy Bresnik Paolo Nespoli, IZ0JPA Mission Overview 7/28/17 - Exp 52/53 Launch/Dock 9/12/17 - Exp 53/54 Launch 9/17/17 - Dragon Release 10/5/17 - U.S. Spacewalk (6:55) 10/10/17 - U.S. Spacewalk (6:26) 10/14/17 - Progress 68 Launch 10/16/17 - Progress 68 Dock 10/20/17 - U.S. Spacewalk December 2017 - Exp 52/53 Land February 2018 - Exp 53/54 Land By the courtesy of International Space Station: UStream live Feed From the NASA HDEV live cameras aboard the ISS. Watch the earth roll www.nasa.gov NASA expedition-53 updates: https://www.nasa.gov/subject/11673/ex... Mission summary: https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/fi... https://www.facebook.com/ISS http://instagram.com/iss http://www.twitter.com/Space_Station