Astronauts’ perspective of earth from space inspiring solutions to world problems


“Constellation” is a coalition of astronauts who are using their perspective of earth from space to inspire people to solve the world’s greatest challenges.

Hundreds attended the opening event for Constellation, a new organization founded by astronauts Ron Garan, Nicole Stott, Leland Melvin and Anousheh Ansari, and team, on December 21, 2018, at Kennedy Space Center. The program celebrated the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8’s December 21, 1968 launch to circle the Moon 10 times, and Earthrise, the first picture of earth from space taken on December 24, 1968 by Bill Anders.

The event included a program at the Kennedy Space Center IMAX theater, tours of the Apollo/Saturn V Center and Apollo 8 Mission Control and a celebration under the space shuttle Atlantis.

Constellation, a worldwide movement motivated by the astronauts’ experience in space, is dedicated to inspiring positive action by bringing people to feel and comprehend the profound perspective shift experienced in space. Seeing the Earth from space triggers a profound emotional experience of interconnection.

Learn about Constellation: constellation.earth

Streaming Museum has been collaborating with Constellation’s founding astronauts.


EVENT DECEMBER 21

Constellation LIVE on stage at the IMAX Theater at Kennedy Space Center


Astronauts Leland Melvin, Anousheh Ansari, Nicole Stott, Ron Garan, founded Constellation (constellation.earth)


Nicole Stott’s presentation at the IMAX Theater


Renee Beven, UrbanScreensProductions, Melbourne, Ron Garan, Nina Colosi, Streaming Museum

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