National Geographic explained Abu Dhabi to the live broadcast, will be on the silver screen, for two hours under a special program beginning on March 15, a broadcast that will be available to viewers in the Middle East in the fourth am UAE Time.
National Geographic that the program will take viewers on a journey around the world within two hours of time, due to the speed of the International Space Station, which is orbiting the earth full cycle every 90 minutes.
Will present the program Shots viewers into the International Space Station, in addition to the monitoring unit at NASA, will also include interviews with the pioneers of the International Space Station Rick Mastrashiw and Koichi Wakata, while continuing with them, astronaut Mike Massimino, the famous reform of the Hubble telescope, live from Houston.
And will provide astronauts Mastrashiw and Wakata viewers a tour full shows viewers how to live for several months in the circumstances of quasi-zero gravity, and what it takes to ensure the progress of work in this city the plane, and explain to them how to sleep pioneers of the international terminal upside down, and how to enjoy a fit and maintain personal hygiene .
And will continue to viewers as well as the details of the spacewalk recent switch to the cooling system, the program will also review the experiences never aired before, and the results of experiments that show that we are having in our world when conducted in the laboratory space.
The program will also display how useful space science people on the ground, such as robotic systems used in the International Space Station, which formed the inspiration for robotics neurosurgery that removes brain tumors, and will participate astronauts and flight controllers and researchers at the International Space Station and the unity of the Mission Control Agency's NASA on the air directly through the program for two hours.