Did you ever wonder how astronauts move within the space station or how they work in the zero-gravity environment? If you are curious about how things go on within the ISS and want to experience it, then be sure to tune in to NASA TV from July 21st, 2020. Starting from July 21st NASA will go live from space and will broadcast various expeditions from International Space Station.
In July 2020, NASA is going to commence its final spacewalk to finish a 3.5-year effort upgrading nickel-hydrogen batteries on the orbital lab. Astronauts Behnken and Cassidy will be the in-charge of the spacewalk which will last up to 7 hrs. NASA encouraged people to witness the history in making moments via a post on its official Twitter handle on July 21st.
In addition to the spacewalk, NASA has also made a long list of expeditions that will be covered live from space throughout the 4th week of July. The schedule is as follows:
Thursday, July 23rd, 2020:
On July 23rd, NASA will launch Progress 76 Cargo Craft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 10:26 a.m. EDT. NASA will broadcast the event from 10 am. NASA will also cover the rendezvous and Docking of the ISS Progress 76 Cargo Craft to the International Space Station from 1 pm that very day.
Friday, July 24, 2020:
The viewers will get to see Houston and ISS Commander Chris Cassidy of NASA, NASA Flight Engineers Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken in the exclusive in- flight interviews withYahoo Finance News and KPRC-TV. The interview will be aired around 10:35 am EDT.
Tuesday, July 28, 2020:
ISS Commander Chris Cassidy of NASA, NASA Flight Engineers Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken will give a live in-flight interview to “Live with Kelly and Ryan”.
Thursday,July 30, 2020:
NASA will be live again broadcasting the launch of Mars 2020 Rover Perseverance.
Friday, July 31st, 2020:
On 31st July, there will be an exclusive news conference with the ISS Expedition 63 on-orbit crew. The conference will go on from 10:45 am to 11:15 am.
Do tune in to experience the live events broadcasted directly from space by NASA.