Live Video from International Space Station

Experience the awe-inspiring view of Earth from the International Space Station (ISS) with live video feeds that provide a glimpse into the daily activities of the crew on board. As the station orbits about 250 miles above the Earth’s surface, you can witness breathtaking scenes of our planet and gain a new perspective on its beauty.

Operated by a partnership of five space agencies from 15 countries, the ISS has been continuously occupied since November 2000. It serves as a microgravity laboratory where groundbreaking scientific research and technological advancements take place, pushing the boundaries of human innovation.

While watching the live video, you may occasionally encounter a blue screen due to signal loss during satellite handovers. However, these interruptions are temporary and do not detract from the overall experience of observing life aboard the space station.

Did you know that you can even spot the ISS without a telescope? It appears as a fast-moving star in the sky, but you need to know when and where to look. By signing up for text messages or email alerts, you can receive notifications about when the station will be visible from your location, allowing you to wave to the crew as they pass overhead.

For more information and to access the live video feed, visit To sign up for text messages or email alerts to spot the station, visit or

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