NASA Broadcast

Posted by Dan, Student on team #10, BSM, from Benilde-St. Margaret’s and Banner Engineering.

Posted on 2/24/99 9:58 PM MST

Is the NASA webcast on the same page as the kickoff webcast was? There is no mention of it there. Do the TV and web broadcasts go the full 3 days? Thanks :-Dan

Posted by Tom Lish, Other on team #126, Gael Force, from Clinton High School and Nypro, Inc…

Posted on 2/25/99 12:36 PM MST

In Reply to: NASA Broadcast posted by Dan on 2/24/99 9:58 PM MST:

I’m not sure. I was looking for them myself. If you find it post it here. Thanks

Posted by Andy Grady, Coach on team #42, P.A.R.T.S, from Alvirne High School and Daniel Webster College.

Posted on 2/25/99 3:04 PM MST

In Reply to: Re: NASA Broadcast posted by Tom Lish on 2/25/99 12:36 PM MST:

Hi all,
Go to HTTP://quest.arc.nasa.gov/firstrobots/, from there you should be able to find the way to veiwing the competiton tommorow.
cya all
Andy Grady

Posted by Dan, Student on team #10, BSM, from Benilde-St. Margaret’s and Banner Engineering.

Posted on 2/25/99 4:34 PM MST

In Reply to: Re: NASA Broadcast posted by Andy Grady on 2/25/99 3:04 PM MST:

Vince Wilczynski (the FIRST guy in charge of all these great webcasts) couldn’t get onto the Delphi board, but this is what he had to say:

The NASA website (http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/firstrobots/) is now updated
with the link. The event will be broadcast live on the internet from 9:00
AM - 5:00 PM (Pacific Standard Time) on 2/26 and from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
(PST) on 2/27. The Saturday event will also be featured on NASA Select
Cable (a premium channel for most cable providers). Sorry for the delay in
getting this on the NASA web pages (folks were busy working on the
logistics of turning a blimp hangar into a Robot Arena). Best of luck to
all the teams.