Date of announcement: July 30, 2016
Source of news: http://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-announces-changes-to-international-space-station-coverage
I can see why NASA would want to shut the live feed down. It is teaching the public that aliens exist, and if the public learns that, then NASA is no longer needed. They want the jobs, they want the billions of dollars they are given each year and guess what? You learning about aliens is not what they want to happen. So, they are shutting down the live cams again. Last time was two years ago, and I organised a group of readers heard to tweet to @NASA until they decided to leave the cams up. It worked, but now they are doing it again. I guess the $20 monthly internet charge is to high for them? Or perhaps those two 7 million dollar HD cameras on the space station are really for spying on other countries instead of searching for life? NASA = Never A Straight Answer.
Scott C. Waring
Looks like NASA has seen enough from us down here on Earth! They have decided to end the live feed from the International Space Station. Many people monitor that feed and then post videos and photos of what they have found. The ending of this live feed is yet another example of why NASA is not to be trusted in telling us the truth. There is really no other reason to do this.