A live 3D transmission was made for the first time from the International Space Station (ISS) on 6 August. As well as from providing an unprecedented live visual experience of the ISS for viewers on Earth, the ESA-developed 3D camera also opens up the use of 3D imagery for possible future support of ISS operations.
A 3D clip from this first 'historic' transmission was just posted on the ESA web site, and on the ESA YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/esa.
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Broadcasters can find the broadcast quality files at:
FTP server: ftp://msmftp.estec.esa.int