I like that they are videos and not podcasts 😃😄😀⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Cassini was my favorite satellite to orbit Saturn 🛰
you really get to see the love they have for their work
3 minute podcasts? Do you really think your audience can't sit still longer than that?
Keeps me informed.
Too often, the files are unplayable, flawed, or not deliverable, thus denying me access to view the stunning imagery that accompanies these informative vidcasts. This is a great vidcast when viewable. However, NASA, JPL, and Apple have NOT resolved its delivery and viewing problems.
Great video, It would be much nicer if you could click on it to pause and view the picture for a longer period of time. Other than that it was excellent.
1. It takes virtually no effort to make this in a format viewable on ATV (it already works on QT). 2. Itunes once again does not know what its extremities are doing, as its STILL listed on ATV menus and as viewable on the ATV.
Excellent vidcast, but please begin distributing in a format that is compatible with the AppleTV
This could have been a great podcast. It really could have. The problem was that out of several weeks of subscription, I am yet to view a flawless episode. The video is broken, and sound is cut off in places. where it does work, it looks great, but there are simply too many breaks and freezes for this podcast to be any good. Thus: good idea, horrible quality
There is simply not enough podcasts. NASA needs to upload more for my viewing entertainment. NASA should also make HD broadcasts of NASACast and others.
This podcast great and very interesting. A must for everyone interested in science. The only criticism I have is that it does not play on the AppleTV. The frame rate is probably too high (29.99) for 720p. I guess that if it were encoded at 24 fps it would work.
It's mind boggling that they can get those things so far out in space and get then data and pictures back for years. Send more robots to planets! As far as I know, they don't jealously assault rivals or get drunk before flights.