The STARDUST launch will be transmitted live in various ways over the Internet. In most cases, the broadcasts will be using NASA TV as their source. Additional information on the launch is available here.
RealVideoAmes Research Center and the Jason Project will be providing separate RealVideo broadcasts of the launch A RealVideo plugin is required (it's free), and it is highly recommended that you install and test out the plugin we ll in advance of the launch. Both video and audio coverage will be provided.
The free RealVideo plugin can be downloaded from here:
Ames site hosting RealVideo broadcast:
Jason site hosting RealVideo broadcast:
CuSeeMeNASA TV will be available on CuSeeMe. CuSeeMe is a free videoconferencing program available to anyone with a Macintosh or IBM PC computer and an Internet connection. It is highly recommended that you install and test out CuSeeMe well in advance o f the launch. Both video and audio coverage are provided. CuSeeMe can be downloaded from this Cornell University site:
Reflector sites that broadcast NASA TV are listed here:
WebCamThe STARDUST WebCam provides a live video stream from Kennedy Space Center using just your Web browser. The WebCam supports video only, and there is no audio coverage.
NASA TV Over The WebInformation on additional sites that transmit NASA TV over the Web is available here:
Ron Baalke, STARDUST Webmaster, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, 26-Nov-2003 12:46:43 PST