NASA hurricane researchers and drone pilots will discuss flying in and around Atlantic hurricanes today (July 23) at 2 p.m. EDT during a Google+ Hangout.
NASA social media followers can submit questions on Google+ or Twitter in advance and during the event using the hashtag #NASAHS3. Before the Hangout begins, NASA will also open a thread on its Facebook page where questions may be posted.
Panelists for the Google+ Hangout are:
- Scott Braun, HS3 principal investigator, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- Tom Miller, Global Hawk pilot, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
- Marilyn Vasques, HS3 project manager, NASA Ames Research Center
- Brian McNoldy, senior research associate, University of Miami, Fla.
You can watch the webcast on NASA TV or NASA's Google+ page. Watch the webcast here:
Listen to NASA's Third Rock Radio
Third Rock - America's Space Station is set to launch with a New Rock/Indie/Alternative format on Monday, Dec. 12. The station is being developed and operated at no cost to the government through a Space Act Agreement. Third Rock can be reached from NASA's home page, www.nasa.gov, and is available through NASA iPhone and Droid mobile applications.
NASA Satellite TV Information:
NASA TV is available in continental North America, Alaska and Hawaii on AMC-18C. A Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) compliant Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) is needed for reception. Below are parameters for each channel:
Uplink provider = AMC 18 C Transponder = 3C 105 degrees W C-Band Downlink Frequency: 3760 MHz Downlink Polarity: Vertical Transmission Format = DVB-S, 4:2:0 FEC = ¾ Data Rate = 38.80 Mbps Symbol Rate = 28.0681 Modulation: QPSK/DVB-S
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