Re: Mir Question - Semi-Urgent!

From: Jonathan T Wojack (tlj18@juno.com)
Date: Mon Feb 07 2000 - 18:25:26 PST

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    >    Aside from that, yes you can get NASA TV other than satellite, 
    >SOMETIMES:
    >CNN seems to always broadcast Shuttle launches. And if CBS news is on 
    >at the 
    >same time as a shuttle launch, they broadcast it live. 
    >    I have a sheet here from NASA that explains a few other ways-- it 
    >says 
    >"through collaborating distance networks and local cable providers" 
    >However, 
    >I DONT think you will get NASA TV conferences or other non-shuttle 
    >related 
    >broadcasts without direct NASATV, which is via satellite.
    
    What I'm really interested in is watching spacewalks and activities in
    space.  I know I can use the Internet, but I have a 75Mhz computer, 8 meg
    RAM, and 14.4k modem - ancient in modern computer standards.  I can't get
    any kind of video - but audio is fine.  On February 11, The Space Shuttle
    will launch, I have an opportunity to buy computer hardware, it's my
    birthday, and I'm going to the dentist.  Would getting 8 meg of
    additional RAM and a 56k modem significantly help me to view NASA TV? 
    Please tell me before it's too late!
    
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