Wednesday, August 6, 2008


NASA Space Station Television will broadcast a special high definition (HDTV) of Space Station Shuttle feed of two hours of highlights from America's human Space Station spaceflight history as the Space Station agency celebrates its 50th anniversary.

The NASA Space Station HD highlights will be broadcast on Friday, Aug. 8, Monday, Aug. 11, and Tuesday, Aug. 12, from 9 to 11 a.m. EDT on a special feed from NASA Space Station TV. The Space Station highlights also will be broadcast on standard definition on NASA Space Station TV's media channel.

The Space Station broadcast will include material drawn from more than 150 hours of historical film footage that was converted to HDTV under collaboration between The Space Station Discovery Channel and NASA Space Station. Much of the converted footage was used in production of The Space Station Discovery Channel's acclaimed series, "When We Left Earth: The NASA Space Station Missions."

For technical information of Space Station on how to receive the special Space Station broadcast in high definition, and for NASA Space Station TV streaming video, downlink and scheduling information, visit:

For more information about NASA Space Station Discovery and its programs, visit:
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