People In Space - follow astronauts
iPhone

Description

The first social network for space is now at your fingertips! Follow the astronauts as they work, play and explore in zero gravity.

Share their photos and videos with your friends + be notified when new people blast off!

50 years ago, a few minutes of blurry TV footage captivated the world as the astronauts turned their cameras back on the Earth for the first time.

Today, the people in space share 10x as much stunning content, every single day.

People In Space brings it all together on your phone in one enthralling and addictive package.

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***FEATURES***

AWE INSPIRING CONTENT
- See photos and videos as they’re shared by the people working, playing and living in space

NOTIFICATIONS
- Be notified when number of people in space changes

ASTRONAUT PROFILES
- Keep tabs on who’s floating, what they’re like, and who’s been in space the longest

SOCIAL SAVVY
- Tweet your favorite photos, follow your favorite astronauts

BEAUTIFUL DESIGN
- Minimal, swipeable, addictive


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howmanypeopleareinspacerightnow.com is an OG of the social web and the Internet’s #1 source for keeping tabs on who is in Low Earth Orbit.

Soon, the number of people sharing their smile inducing experiences from space will leap from a few, to hundreds. And, we’re just getting started.

“I look forward to one day soon when our Virgin Galactic astronauts names are up on howmanypeopleareinspacerightnow.com - including my children Holly and Sam of course.”

- Richard Branson, Virgin Galactic

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#1 on Buzzfeed’s “35 Websites That Will Change Your Life”

Loved by many, including...
+ Gizmodo
+ Boing Boing
+ Kottke
+ The Washington Post
+ i09
+ Your favorite subreddit

Follow @peopleinspace on Twitter for the latest news and updates or to get in touch.

What's new in version 1.1

Now on Apple Watch!

People in Space is now available just by glancing at your watch. Get notifications and quickly see how many people are in space at any time.

Oh, and a bonus feature. Tap the number in the watch app to view the 20 most recent images from the feed!

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Version 1.1 – August 20, 2018 at 10:48 AM