Welcome to our live webcams page. Pull up a chair, sit back, and enjoy these live feed covering different aspects of the astronomical world.
Earth HD — is a live video feed from the outside of the International Space Station. Watch the Earth as it spins beneath the station, during daylight hours you can see Earth's beauty and at night you can see the lights of the cities below if it is clear. Note: the camera periodically goes down, just keep watching or checking back and it will recover.
ISS Live — covers the inside of the International Space Station. Watch live as the astronauts maneuver around in 0 gravity as they check in with mission control or does systems checks. It covers the Destiny Laboratory where research is done on the effects of weightlessness has on the human body along with other research to benefit the lives of humans all over the world. Note: There is auto that can be heard when they are in contact with the ground. The camera does occasionally switch to outside the station to views of the robotic arm and such outside the station.
NASA TV — is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your viewing pleasure. Bringing you the latest news and educational programs, NASA TV is a must see for everyone. Keep up to date with this online television station. You can watch some of the best minds in astronomy being interviewed on various subjects.
Ibuki Satellite aka GOSAT — (Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite) gives you a closer view of Earth's atmosphere brought to you by JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency). Its primary focus is to observe greenhouse gasses in Earth's atmosphere and shared with NASA. Using high-resolution cameras and specialized sensors, it tracks the methane and carbon dioxide levels within the atmosphere. This is meant to help monitor our greenhouse effect for combating in the future.