NASA+ Promises Interstellar Streaming Experience

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NASA announces a scheduled launch of its new streaming platform NASA+, coming later this year, set to take space enthusiasts on an all-new, ad-free interstellar streaming journey.

The no-cost streaming service aims to captivate audiences with an all-inclusive live coverage of any upcoming launch, exclusive documentaries, and original series centered around space exploration.

NASA’s associate administrator of communications, Marc Etkind, said, “We’re putting space on demand and at your fingertips with NASA’s new streaming platform.”

“Transforming our digital presence will help us better tell the stories of how NASA explores the unknown in air and space, inspires through discovery, and innovates for the benefits of humanity,” Etkind’s statement added.

NASA is promising its fans a literal, out of the world experience full of live coverage streaming experience. Users can access NASA+ via the agency’s recently launched beta website, offering detailed mapping of NASA’s current missions, research, climate data, and more.

The website also offers detailed information and updates on the Artemis program – a robotic and human Moon exploration program led by the agency along with six major partner agencies: the European Space Agency (ESA), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), the Israel Space Agency (ISA) and the Australian Space Agency (ASA), (ISRO) Indian Space Research Organisation. The Artemis program is intended to reestablish a human presence on the Moon for the first time since the Apollo 17 mission in 1972.

The revamped and websites are set to take users on a topic-driven journey, supported by a seamless search engine and integrated navigation system. Presently, the space agency’s streaming platform, NASA TV is the main platform for enthusiast to stay up-to-date with its video content and launch streams.

But now, with the introduction of NASA+, the agency aims to have one consolidated platform for all its content.

NASA+ will be available through the NASA app, on both iOS and Android app stores. It will also be accessible on multiple streaming media players, such as Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon’s Fire TV.

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