NASA+: the streaming platform launched by NASA

Isbel Lázaro.

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Inspenet, November 9, 2023.

NASA+ offers viewers the ability to access live streams, views of space missions, and a collection of original videos. This platform is available on NASA’s mobile application, on streaming devices and on the space agency’s official website .

Although it was announced last July, this new video on demand service is free, requires no subscription, and does not display ads.

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This innovation gives users the ability to access live broadcasts, observe space missions, enjoy original video collections and access new series that will premiere on this service. Furthermore, with an enhanced digital presence, NASA aims to comprehensively share scientific knowledge, research, explorations and innovations with the world through various platforms.

It should be noted that Nicky Fox, associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, indicates that viewers will be able to view, starting today, “from exoplanet research to a better understanding of Earth’s climate and the influence of the Sun.” on our planet along with the exploration of the solar system.” Likewise, “discovery programs in an interdisciplinary and transversal way” will be shown.

On the other hand, with the launch of this streaming platform, Marc Etkind, associate administrator of NASA’s Office of Communications, states that transforming the digital presence “will help better tell the stories of how NASA explores the unknown in the air.” and space, inspires through discovery and innovates for the benefit of humanity.

How to access the platform?

You’ll be able to access NASA+ on most major platforms through the NASA mobile app for iOS and Android devices, on streaming media players like Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV, and via the web on both mobile devices and computers. desktop.

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