NASA workforce and their families will have two opportunities to collectively
view the 1995 movie “Apollo 13” on Thursday, April 30, at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Eastern, as their personal schedules allow. Closed captioning will be enabled
for these screenings.
has obtained permission from Universal Studios to stream the movie “Apollo 13”
to the agency’s workforce. This is an inspiring story with much to remind us
about perseverance, the importance of teamwork and how our culture of safety
has advanced. With employees unable to gather at the centers while most of NASA
is teleworking, NASA is bringing the movie to you. The Office of
Communications and Office of the Chief Information Officer worked together to
obtain permission to view the film and present it to you in a manner that
respects the agreement with Universal and provides easy and secure access
through your NASA computer or laptop.
is delivering the movie to you using an innovative solution that could improve
our telework capabilities moving forward. The streaming of “Apollo 13” is the
first agency-wide test of this system so you may encounter difficulties. Please
keep in mind that the quality of your local Internet connection may affect the
quality of the video stream you receive, and that you will not be able to pause
or rewind the movie.
the instructions below on how to view the stream from your NASA-issued
device and NASA-issued credentials. We strongly encourage everyone
to test their connection any time before the movie starts. Please use Chrome
as your browser.
1: Open Chrome Browser.
2: Copy and Paste the following link into your Chrome browser.
This is a new link. The link provided for the April 17 screening will not work.
3: To access the video, NASA participants must disconnect from the VPN and then
authenticate to the secure video stream using their NASA badge or RSA
Token. Please do not surf the Internet or visit other websites while you
are watching the video. After the video is over, please reconnect to the
4: Disconnect from VPN, if you are connected. Once you have successfully
disconnected, the page should refresh automatically. If it does not – click the
5: You will be asked to log in using your PIV badge or RSA token.
6: You will be redirected to the page to view the stream (opening image may
you are having problems with the video, try copying and pasting the link
directly in your Chrome browser.
The movie “Apollo 13” is rated PG and runs two hours, 20 minutes. Once the
movie has started, it cannot be paused or rewound.