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NASA to Discontinue Space Station Live Program in September

International Space StationNASA plans to remove the Space Station Live program from its television network in September as part of changes in the agency’s coverage of International Space Station activities and various human spaceflight projects.

The agency said Saturday NASA TV will continue to provide live coverage of ISS spacecraft launches, dockings, landings, spacewalks and briefings as well as weekly highlights of life on ISS through the short-format Space to Ground program.

NASA added its social media accounts will feature stories from ISS, the Orion spacecraft program, other human spaceflight projects and behind-the-scenes updates on technology development efforts under the Journey to Mars initiative.

The Johnson Space Center will also provide weekly video highlights through a news release list that online audiences can subscribe to, NASA noted.

NASA added its ISS blog will continue to post research and operations updates while rundowns of station crew activities will be detailed on the in-orbit status report blog.

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