The U.S. space agency is expected to begin broadcasting live from the International Space Station next week, NASA said on Wednesday.
The station is scheduled to launch on Thursday at 10:10 p.m.
EST (1610 GMT), according to the Space Technology website.
It’s the second time NASA will broadcast from space, following an announcement last month that it would be doing the same on its own satellite.
A total of 11 countries have expressed interest in working together to launch astronauts into space, including the United States, Canada, the European Union, Russia and Australia.NASA says the new live streaming will be available in multiple languages and will be delivered via the agency’s website and Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.