The International Space Station (ISS) is up there right now, blasting along at over 17,000 miles an hour, endlessly falling towards a point beyond the horizon. Well, not entirely endlessly – it will come down some day unfortunately. In the meantime, it’s fun to keep tabs on the ISS. To that end, I slapped together an absolutely barebones page to hold a couple containers for audio/video/location data.
It’s the ISS Feed Compiler, and I made it to cast to otherwise unoccupied TVs around the office originally. It can fill an extra screen, or be left open all the time on a mounted tablet – it’s a window into a world above and I hope you enjoy it.