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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

NASA Shuttle Video Coverage Poor

NASA evidently does not get the fact that Americans want easy access to Space Shuttle activities. Navigating NASA's web site to get LIVE coverage is impossible. They give some canned videos but we want to have webcam access to real time views of the astronauts. And it should be one click away on the Home Page of the NASA Web site. The only exciting live experience the public gets is the launch. NASA seems to want its program to be boring. Don't they know we grew up on Spock and Captain Kirk beaming up and down from the Starship Enterprise. Why don't we at least have real time Webcam video from a helmet cam during the spacewalks. AND IT SHOULD BE ONE CLICK AWAY ON THE HOME PAGE. GEEZ.
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