How Astronauts On The Space Station Watch TV & Movies

Even mundane things like watching TV and movies require special technology and have fun stories from the crew of the ISS.
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Crew logs from Expedition 1, yes, they intentionally chose Comic-Sans
https://spaceflight.nasa.gov/station/crew/exp1/ex1logs.html
2008 FOIA response on discs and other entertainment media on the ISS
https://www.governmentattic.org/docs/ISS_Media_2008.pdf
And a more recent article on the list from 2005
https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/the-complete-list-of-movies-and-tv-shows-on-the-interna-1782918945
Press release from the (now defunct) company which modified the DVD players for the ISS
https://web.archive.org/web/20020206224552/https://www.techtronics.com/uk/shop/510-nasa.html
First tweet from space:
https://twitter.com/astro_tj/status/8062317551?lang=en

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