See the Earth as the astronauts see it with a 24/7 video livestream from the International Space Station.

If you like space or astronomy then you will love ISS Live Now.

ISS Live Now gives you easy access to a live video feed of Earth from the International Space Station, which is orbiting about 400 kilometers (250 miles) above the planet. The app provides an exciting experience marked by a thoughtful design.

With ISS Live Now, you can view interesting live video streams directly from the International Space Station’s cameras.

The app utilizes the native Google Map (ISS tracker), which allows you to follow the Space Station’s orbit around our planet. You can zoom, rotate, drag and tilt the map;.

You will have these different sources of live video streaming, including:
1. Live standard camera: It shows a live stream of the Earth and, from time to time, details about the ISS (like tests, maintenance and communication with Earth).
2. NASA TV: The television service of the United States government agency NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). You can watch science and space documentaries, interview with scientists, astronauts, engineers and personalities such as Elon Musk.
3. NASA TV Media.
4. Spacewalk (recorded): Beautiful HD images of astronauts from cameras outside the ISS.
5. Inside the International Space Station: Take a video tour of each module inside the ISS, all explained by the astronauts.
6. Eventual channel: Temporary live cameras from NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) and the SpaceX.

You even have the option to be notified when the next sunset or sunrise will occur, allowing you to watch it live directly from the International Space Station.

When the ISS (International Space Station) is on the night side of Earth, the video image is black, which is normal.

Sometimes, video is not available due to transmission issues, or because the crew is changing cameras. In such cases, you will usually have a blue or blank screen. In a few minutes the transmission should return, so, please be patient. This is not a problem with the app.

Twitter: @isslivenow - You can find news about the ISS, NASA, space, Earth and the video stream.
Instagram: isslivenow - Pictures taken of the Earth by the streaming cameras and NASA TV.
Facebook: isslivenow - Pictures, news and Information about the ISS Live Now app.

What’s New

Version 3.1.9

Bug fix

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings ,

Love the app but menu problems?

Love the app. It’s arguable the best one I’ve found that offers what it does. Earlier versions had a problem when selecting the menu (in top left) and then seeing no text / description for any of the options. This was fixed in an update, but I noticed recently (even with this newest update today) that the problem seems to be back. Clicking at random will open the NASA tv, recorded videos, etc., with no problems ... but it’s just guessing as everything is blacked out / there is no text. I can’t be the only one experiencing this, can I? It’s the only thing that has prevented me from updating to the ad-free version. Not complaining (too much). Just wanted to point out in case the issue was unknown. Thanks.

BostonBiatch ,

Convenient issues at night

Black outs can happen because of “Transmission issues” and it’s “normal” to see nothing at night?! We do know you got lights up there and on other satellites you have connected to the ISS! 🤦‍♀️😂🤣 I thought you guys were brainiacs but clearly dumber than the rest of you all at NASA think we don’t know better! I hope NASA and the US government realize that half of the human population has already woken up to know we aren’t the only life to exist out of an infinite of planets. And that many ET crafts fuel up off of our sun. Half of us know that NASA blacks out the screen when their sensors go off and a ET craft is visible or when they can be more likely to become visible. That’s why they black out the screen when it’s night. NASA (Never A Straight Answer) really thinks that we don’t know what’s going on here? They really think we believe that the screen will show black at night because “that’s normal”, and has nothing to do with the fact that they’re hiding ET activity? 🤣We aren’t as dumb as you think NASA! #ISupportFullDisclosure

spider peonix ,

Fantastic app but something I have to tell (devs please read)

So first off the camera quality is a little blurry it’s not the worse next is that I can’t watch spacewalk (recorded) and I understand that it’s space and cameras are blurry (idk if that’s true or not XD) so that’s probably why the camera quality is bad but apart from that its a good app! It is better then the fake videos that show live coverage that’s just photoshopped or whatever I trust you I don’t think these live cameras are photoshopped images (if they are photoshopped images you let me down) so if you have time to read this thank you for reading it. But question are you the ACTUAL NASA company? If you are that’s cool and sorry if this was a little long but I hope you read this! See ya

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