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NASA Television is our official free-to-air broadcast network for live events and original content, including launches, spacewalks, mission events, the latest news briefings, and videos showcasing our missions. You can access NASA TV through your local provider, as well as through third-party distribution platforms such as Apple TV, Roku, Hulu, Pluto TV, DirectTV, DISH Network, Google Fiber, and Amazon Fire TV.

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Upcoming Events

All times listed are in U.S. Eastern, which equates to UTC-4 between March and November.

All television broadcasts are carried on NASA TV’s Public and Media channels, unless specifically noted otherwise.

Audio streams are not carried on NASA TV and will be available on this page or via a link posted here.

Thursday, June 13

6:30 a.m.—Coverage of U.S. Spacewalk 90 at the International Space Station. Spacewalk is scheduled for 8 a.m. and will last approx. 6.5 hours. Stream on NASA+

2 p.m.—Launch event with NASA leadership for the new Disaster Response Coordination System that will provide communities and organizations around the world with access to science and data to aid disaster response (NASA Media Channel)

Monday, June 24

7:30 a.m.—Coverage of U.S. Spacewalk 91 at the International Space Station. Spacewalk is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. and last approx. 6.5 hours. Stream on NASA+

Tuesday, June 25

12:05 p.m. – ISS Expedition 71 in-flight event with the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. and NASA flight engineer Jeanette Epps. Stream on NASA+

Wednesday, June 26

9:10 a.m.—ISS Expedition 71 in-flight educational event for Jack and Jill of America in Houston with NASA flight engineer Jeanette Epps

Thursday, June 27

1:10 p.m.—ISS Expedition 71 in-flight event with NASA flight engineer Matt Dominick

Friday, June 28

11:20 a.m.—ISS Expedition 71 in-flight event for the Yahoo Finance Network with NASA flight engineers Tracy Dyson and Jeanette Epps. Stream on NASA+

Tuesday, July 2

Time TBD—Coverage of U.S. Spacewalk 92 at the International Space Station. Spacewalk is expected to last approx. 6.5 hours