NASA is coming up with its streaming platform this summer – called NASA+, which includes all the content belonging to its live broadcasts, but also collections of original video series.
It’s ad-free and has no paid subscription. Besides making it available on all the platforms, NASA is also making a website and mobile apps to store consolidated information about its missions, research projects and updates about the Artemis program.
NASA+ Streaming Platform
Besides space exploration, NASA is always fond of filling enthusiasm for all interested parties regarding its ongoing and futuristic missions. In this pursuit, the company has numerous websites to browse through – making it hectic, though resourceful.
Well, to make it easier and more interactive, NASA is coming up with its streaming platform called NASA+ this summer. The new offering will stream all the live events and provide details about its missions, besides having some original video series.
Reports state that NASA has a handful of shows coming exclusively to the platform when it’s launched. And best of all, it’s free and without ads! The platform will be available on iOS and Android apps while also accessing the web and media players like Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV.
The agency is also making a web (and app) experience to consolidate information about its missions, research projects and updates about the Artemis program. It shall have integrated navigation and search functions to make your findings more accessible.
Talking about its launch, NASA’s Office of Communications, Marc Etkind said;
“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 benefit of humanity.”