Space Station Cameras Capture Video of Bonnie in the Gulf

Aug 11, 2004

External television cameras mounted on the International Space Station are capturing video of Tropical Storm Bonnie as it churns in the Gulf of Mexico. The most recent video, captured this morning at 10 a.m. EDT, is available on NASA Television during regular Video File feeds.

NASA Television is available in the continental U.S. on AMC-6, Transponder 9C, C-Band, located at 72 degrees west longitude. The frequency is 3880.0 MHz. Polarization is vertical, and audio is monaural at 6.80 MHz. In Alaska and Hawaii, NASA Television is available on AMC-7, Transponder 18C, C-Band, located at 137 degrees west longitude. Frequency is 4060.0 MHz. Polarization is vertical, and audio is monaural at 6.80 MHz. For information about NASA TV on the Internet, visit:
www.nasa.gov/ntv

Onboard the station, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and NASA ISS Science Officer Mike Fincke are about to begin the fourth month of a planned six-month mission. More information on Expedition 9 is available at:
www.nasa.gov

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