Did you know humans live and work off-planet 24/7? Look up at night and you might see them streak across the sky onboard the International Space Station orbiting more than 220 miles overhead every 90 minutes at 17,500 mph. Space travelers representing 15 partner countries learn how to survive and thrive in the hostile environment of zero-g on this unique vehicle, assembled by humans bolt by bolt, module by module IN SPACE. You can sort crew members by name and mission. The “Suit Me Up” feature allows you to become a Space Station crew member. Share your space profile with friends and family.
NASA’s Space Shuttle program ends after 30 years. Celebrate this accomplishment with us. Get to know all the space travelers who flew on this unique vehicle. You can sort by name and mission. The “Suit Me Up” feature allows you to become a Space Shuttle astronaut yourself. Share it with your friends and family.
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Will you be making a version for (or will it run on) my mobile device (Android, Blackberry, Palm, Nokia, Windows Mobile…) or computer (Windows, Mac OS, Linux...)?
Answer: We are tracking a wealth of public commentary, suggestions, and requests for enhancements, new features, additional platforms and desktop versions. These will be integrated into our debrief and recommendations to NASA management regarding future efforts.
So, while we don’t have any news on future mobile platform development at this time, we are happy to report that NASA is strongly committed to expanding public awareness of the Agency’s knowledge, activities and results.
In the meantime, you can find NASA content formatted for most mobile platforms by visiting NASA’s Mobile website: http://mobile.nasa.gov
For more updates on new releases, other platform support, etc. please keep tabs on the NASA web site: http://www.nasa.gov/apps