NASA to live stream first 4K video from space on April 26

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In the first-since forever live 4K video stream from space, NASA space traveler and Expedition 51 authority Peggy Whitson will take watchers more than 400 km off the Earth to the International Space Station on April 26.
The communicate will occur at 1:30 p.m. EDT amid a session at the 2017 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas.
“The US space organization is a pioneer in the use of cutting edge media – including 4K. By spilling continuous video that catches pictures four times the determination of current HD innovation, NASA is improving its capacity to watch, reveal and adjust new learning of orbital and profound space,” the National Association of Broadcasters said in an announcement.
To encounter the full impact on the web, gadgets equipped for survey 4K UHD substance will be required, nonetheless, bring down determination surges of the live communicate will be accessible on NASA Television, NASA’s Facebook page and the office’s site, the US space office said.
The discussion with Whitson will happen as a component of a board called “Going after the Stars: Connecting to the Future with NASA and Hollywood.”
The board will investigate how exceptional imaging and cloud advancements are taking logical research and filmmaking to the following level, and will be directed via Carolyn Giardina, innovation manager for the Hollywood Reporter.
The board is co-delivered by NAB Show, NASA, and Amazon Web Services (AWS), and will investigate how best in class imaging and cloud advances are taking logical research and filmmaking to the following level.
Amid this occasion , Whitson will talk with Sam Blackman, CEO of AWS Elemental.

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