DIY Podcast: Space Station Video Clips

    The Space Station module videos are on the NASA Video Gallery page.
    1. Preview the videos to decide which ones you want.
    2. Right click the green "Download Video" button to save a video to your computer.
    This module has many sound bites in which people talk during interviews and from the space station.

    Space Station video clips

    NASA experts share their knowledge about the orbiting laboratory:
    • Camille Alleyne, the assistant program scientist for the International Space Station, tells us about the work being done on the station.
    • Mike Fincke has spent the most time in orbit of U.S. astronauts -- more than 381 days. He lends his expertise about life on board the station.
    • Garrett Reisman was a flight engineer on Expeditions 16 and 17. He gives a tour of the International Space Station.
    › Space Station Video Clips Transcriptions

    Besides the sound bites, we have B-roll video. B-roll is the background video that usually does not have sound. You can search using the terms "space station" or "ISS" for more videos.

    Video clips for this module are located on the NASA Video Gallery pages. You can preview the clips with or without captions. Download the video as an .mp4 file, which can be used on various computer platforms. If you require additional assistance with these files, please forward comments or questions to educationpodcast@nasa.gov. We will respond to inquiries within five business days.

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