56th Inauguration Features NASA Astronauts, Lunar Rover, Panoramic Photos and Live Twitter
The NASA contingent will include a next-generation lunar rover that astronauts will use for future exploration of the moon. The parade will travel down Pennsylvania Avenue in
NASA will record video during the parade from a camera mounted on the lunar rover. A member of the lunar rover team will provide live updates to the NASA News Twitter feed throughout the event.
NASA photographers and videographers will document the agency’s participation in the inaugural activities. Images will be posted online at the agency’s Web site when they become available.
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NASA Television will air a video file of the parade footage and the video recorded on the rover as soon as possible following the parade’s conclusion. For NASA TV downlink information, schedules and links to streaming video, visit:
To access the NASA News Twitter feed and other agency Twitter feeds, visit:
For more information about NASA’s Lunar Electric Rover, visit:
For information about STS-126 and the next space shuttle mission in February, visit: