NASA EDGE provides live coverage of the launch of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) latest weather and scientific satellite designed to improve real time critical weather forecasting and warning systems. Special guests include Greg Mandt (GOES-R Project Manager, NOAA), Ed Grigsby (GOES-R Deputy Project Manager, NOAA), Vanessa Griffin (Satellite Operations Director, NOAA), and Mic Woltman (NASA Launch Services Program Office).
Plasma Physicist Conrad Schiff updates NASA EDGE on the health and performance of all four spacecraft. With four times the data, NASA is getting an unprecedented look at the phenomenon of magnetic reconnection.
Viking Anniversary: First Images. NASA Scientists reflect on the significance of seeing the first images of Mars sent from Viking.
If you want signs and wonders, NASA EDGE has you covered with a preview of the most significant astronomical event in the United States in years: the Total Solar Eclipse 2017. Viewable by most of the United States for the first time in decades, this event can’t be missed, and NASA EDGE provides a perfect guide to plan your own observation.