NASA has put together a website to educate the public about the operations happening aboard the International Space Station (ISS), in real-time. The site is called ISSLive! and pulls a small subset of PUIs (Program Unique Identifiers) from the ISS telemetry stream, including current vehicle attitude and the status of key ORUs (Orbit Replaceable Units). The site also displays the current schedules of the on-board crewmembers.
The content is pretty good, but unfortunately it suffers from the engineers being design blind – there are random font changes throughout the site, giving it an amateur look.
Click here to visit the site.