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NASA's launch clock is finally moving into the digital age. The new countdown timer sports a 1280 x 360 resolution screen (which NASA admits is far from being HD) and measures in at 26 feet wide and some 7 feet tall. The $280,000 unit is a bit more capable than its predecessor (pictured above, che

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Over the years, NASA has, from time to time, piped some HD of shuttle launches and other space related video via its satellite network, but starting July 19 it will be broadcasting 24/7. Beyond exclusive videos like shuttle launches, there will be a daily ISS update and plenty of file footage, all

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As has become customary, NASA is celebrating Earth Day with some HD video on NASA TV. The broadcasts have been on all day until 2 p.m., and then from 4 to 7 p.m. EDT. Hit up NASA's website on the read link for details on how to tune into the satellite broadcast, or just check out the YouTube video

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In case you missed the Discovery Channel's \"When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions\" and are too frugal to buy the Blu-ray boxed set, NASA TV will be airing two hours of historical footage in HD next week. It's a small subset of the 150-hours of footage that made the leap to HD for the Discovery Chann

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A 24 hour concert it's not, but NASA's celebrating Earth Day in its own way, airing an hour of HD footage collected from various trips in space on NASA TV. A silent edition of the broadcast hit Friday morning, which will repeat between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Monday April 21, and on repeat from 6 a.m. u

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