It was a great day of "Live from Space" on the National Geographic Channel, a live two-hour TV event by National Geographic and NASA to showcase what life really is like when for astronauts in space. The unprecedented live show, which airs tonight (March 14) at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, aims to bring space down to Earth for viewers like never before. 

Last update (10 pm ET): That's a wrap for "Live From Space" on the National Geographic Channel. Wow, where did two hours go? Seems like it flew by as fast as the International Space Station orbits the Earth (hey, wait…it did). Die-hard space fans may have seen much of the show's features before, but seeing them all together, and with such candor, makes it all fresh again for the newcomer and veteran space fan alike. Space.com's Miriam Kramer will have a wrap up of tonight's space TV event later. See our Full Wrap Story Here: 'Live From Space': Astronauts Share Revealing TV Glimpse of Life Off Planet Earth  -  Tariq Malik

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Friday, March 14

'Live From Space' Host Soledad O'Brien Would Love a Space Trip (Exclusive Video)
Live From Space' host Soledad O'Brien would fly to the International Space Station if given the chance. See the exclusive video here.

'Live from Space' Lets You Track the International Space Station Online
Track the International Space Station and learn more about Earth while counting down to the 'Live From Space,' TV event set to air on at 8 p.m. EDT tonight (March 14).

'Live from Space': National Geographic Brings Astronaut Life to Earth on TV Tonight
NASA and the National Geographic Channel is about to take one giant leap for cable kind tonight with 'Live From Space,' unprecedented TV event to share the wonder —and drama — of space travel like never before.

Houston, We're 'Live From Space': National Geographic to Go Live with Space Station
Space history will be made on Friday, March 14 and it will be broadcast 'Live From Space' for the world to watch. How NASA and National Geographic will transport you up.

Thursday, March 13

This Island Earth: Amazing Astronaut Views to Shine in 'Live From Space' TV Event
These days, Earthlings are to get pictures directly from the International Space Station. This will be highlighted in a National Geographic special Friday (March 14).

Earth From Space: Amazing Astronaut Photos
Astronauts adore looking at the Earth. In recent years, we've been lucky enough to have astronauts sharing their amazing views of our planet on Twitter, Facebook and other forms of social media. Here are some amazing views from Expedition 38 and 39.

'Live From Space': How Astronauts Use Tech to Share Orbital Life with Earth
NASA uses a constellation of satellites to beam information to and from the International Space Station.

Tuesday, March 11

National Geographic, NASA Count Down to Epic 'Live from Space' TV Special on Friday
National Geographic Channel's 'Live from Space' program is expected to show amazing views of Earth during conversations with the astronauts on the orbiting outpost.

The International Space Station is the largest structure in space ever built by humans. Let's see how much you know about the basics of this science laboratory in the sky.
Sunlight glints off the International Space Station.
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Cosmic Quiz: Do You Know the International Space St...
The International Space Station is the largest structure in space ever built by humans. Let's see how much you know about the basics of this science laboratory in the sky.
Sunlight glints off the International Space Station.
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Friday, Feb. 21

TV's Soledad O'Brien to Host National Geographic's 'Live from Space'
The TV show 'Live from Space' will follow two astronauts on the International Space Station as they describe living and working in space.

Wednesday, Feb. 5

Live from Space! National Geographic, NASA Team Up for Cosmic TV Event
TV-viewers around the world will be treated to a live tour of the $100 billion International Space Station next month when the National Geographic Channel airs a two-hour special from the astronauts' orbiting outpost.

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