Facebook to host its first livestream from the ISS

Facebook to host its first livestream from the ISS

Facebook to host its first livestream from the ISS

Facebook is hosting a livestream from space. Over the course of the livestream, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will ask questions to astronauts in the International Space Station. Interested users can submit their questions in an event page. The livestream will be organised on 1 June between 12:55 to 13:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time. In Indian Standard Time, the event will be between 10:25 and 10:45 PM.

On Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg asks your Qs to astronauts on the International Space Station tomorrow at 12:55 p.m. EDT.

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While this is the first livestream from space for Facebook, the International Space Station itself has a continuous livestream. The stream switches from internal views of the crew, to external views of the earth. Audio contact between the ground based mission control, and the crew of the International Space Station can be heard in the livestream. The space station orbits the earth once every 90 minutes, and every 45 minutes a sunrise or a sunset can be seen.

Facebook is coordinating with NASA to make this livestream possible. Mark Zuckerberg will be asking questions from the Facebook Headquarters at Menlo Park, California in the United States. The announcement can be seen on this page. If you are interested in asking a question to the astronauts, that can be done on the event page for the livestream. Just reply to the post with a question, and it may get picked up.

Source By tech.firstpost…

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