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NASA+ is the space agency’s very own streaming platform

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NASA is soon launching its exclusive streaming platform, known as NASA+, scheduled for a summer release. Despite the space agency’s existing website already featuring livestreams of launches and other events, NASA+ intends to enhance this offering by presenting not only live broadcasts but also a range of original video series. Several of these series will be new titles that are set to debut with the service. In an exciting twist, this service will be completely free and will not disrupt viewing with advertisements, making it the ideal spot for avid viewers of NASA and space-related content.

NASA+ will be accessible via the agency’s applications on iOS and Android mobile devices. It will also be available on desktop and mobile browsers and will support on-demand streaming through various media players including Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV.

Marc Etkind from NASA’s Communications Office commented:

“With NASA’s new streaming platform, we’re making space accessible on demand and right at your fingertips. This shift in our digital strategy will allow us to narrate more effectively how NASA journeys into the uncharted realms of air and space, stimulates minds through discovery, and pioneers advancements for the betterment of mankind.”

Furthermore, NASA is also undergoing a comprehensive digital transformation. It’s currently developing an improved web (and app) experience, designed to more effectively amalgamate information concerning its missions, research initiatives, and updates on the Artemis program, to mention a few. Currently, NASA operates numerous websites for its various programs and divisions, but this enhanced platform will incorporate content from multiple sources. The new site will also provide integrated navigation and a search feature for easier information retrieval across NASA websites. Although the beta version of the revamped web experience is already available for visits, the agency plans to continue adding more libraries and websites even post the full launch.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about NASA+ streaming platform

What is NASA+?

NASA+ is a streaming platform developed by NASA. It is expected to feature live broadcasts, original video series, and other space-related content. The service is intended to be completely free and ad-free.

When is NASA+ expected to launch?

NASA+ is slated to launch in the summer.

How can one access NASA+?

NASA+ will be accessible through the agency’s applications on iOS and Android devices. It can also be accessed on desktop and mobile browsers. Furthermore, it will support on-demand streaming through various media players, such as Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV.

What content will be featured on NASA+?

NASA+ will feature live broadcasts, a collection of original video series, and a variety of space-related content. It will also launch several new titles alongside the service itself.

What else is NASA working on besides NASA+?

Apart from NASA+, the space agency is also in the process of overhauling its digital presence. It’s developing an improved web (and app) experience to consolidate information about its missions, research initiatives, and updates on the Artemis program, among other things.

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CosmoCarl July 28, 2023 - 7:35 am

huh, this sounds pretty cool. a space Netflix of sorts, but free, hope it has some awesome content.

MoonLander July 28, 2023 - 9:07 am

finally, space binge-watching without ads. Seriously, this is a dream come true.

SpaceGeek42 July 28, 2023 - 3:27 pm

Oh wow, NASA+ sounds amazing!!! can’t wait for the launch. does anyone know exact date??

Rocket_Rick July 28, 2023 - 3:32 pm

this is gonna be epic. a space-based streaming platform by the best in the biz, now thats what im talking bout!!

AstroFanatic July 28, 2023 - 5:48 pm

you mean to tell me, nasa’s gonna have original shows?! take my money, oh wait, its free! score!!

ExplorerJane July 28, 2023 - 7:26 pm

Loving the sound of this… A consolidated place for all NASA info. makes it easier for space nerds like me!


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