See the World from the Perspective of the International Space Station

NatGeo and Mullen Collaborate on

Published on Mar 12, 2014

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The ISS circles the earth every 90 minutes -- but what is the view like? Mullen and the National Geographic Channel collaborate on, a site that lets you see what the astronauts on the ISS see. Best of all, it also links to the coolest things happening on the ground right below the ISS at that precise time. The music, food, conversations, languages, events and trends hot right below the ISS can be accessed via the site.

There's also a social element called #HelloFromEarth, where you can ask ISS astronauts questions during NatGeo Channel's broadcast of the Live from Space show on Friday, Mar. 14 at 8 p.m.

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Mar 12, 2014
Mullen Boston
Director, Digital Media:
Matt Zymet
Senior Digital Producer:
Alison Walsh
Chief Creative Officer:
Mark Wenneker
Executive Creative Director:
Tim Vaccarino
Executive Creative Director:
Dave Weist
Art Director:
Ryan Montgomery
Jamie Rome
Junior Designer:
Hannah Peckham
Exec Dir of Integrated Production:
Liza Near
Group Head Producer:
Tiffany Stevens
Charley Perkins
SVP, Dir. of Creative Technology:
Christian Madden
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Kenji Ross
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Marc Lynch
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Stefan Harris
Sr Experience Designer:
Marc Boroyan
Content Strategist:
Nicole Berard
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Ryan Nelsen
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Jeremiah True
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