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  1. Sept. 25 guest –

    I have not been able to find any references that talk about Hubble Space Telescope (HST) sightings. You can, however, track the HST. Try the NASA utility at http://science.nasa.gov/realtime/.

    On the other hand, you can see the International Space Station (ISS) with the unaided eye from time to time, depending on where you live. There’s a NASA applet called Skywatch that can help you find out when and if you will be able to see the ISS.

    It’s at: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/

    Hope this helps.

    Bob Allen
    NASA 360 web support

  2. Just wanted to say that I love the program (only partially because I am in it, Go BioSuit!), and keep up the good work.

  3. Ben said…


    On Nov 28, 2008 08:51:01 AM Ben Dixon wrote:

    Yeah it looks amazing, you guys are so lucky doing the work that you do. I hope you realise that 🙂

    Ben Dixon

  4. NASA 360 is an awesome show with a great emerging talent – Johnny Alonso as co-host. I watched my first episode and was blown away at Johnny’s cool demeanor and thought provoking questions as it relates to global warming. Kudos to Johnny and cast for a job well done. Keep up the good work in making a change for the better!!!

    Best regards,


  5. Uhm, I’d like to buy a Mars rover for my son, how much does it cost?

    Just kidding. 😉 It must be great to work on awesome projects like the NASA 360.


  6. mars rovers are cool! i wish i had one in my room to…..um….rov…. i wish i lived on mars…..ya mars is a pretty planet i heard mars has aliens and stuff like that i need to go my friend just broke a computer……….ya

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