National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is not only launching rockets, but is also preparing to launch a new streaming media service called NASA Plus. The platform has passed the testing phase and will be officially launched on November 8. open.
Unlike other commercial streaming platforms, NASA Plus is an ad-free, subscription-free streaming service. NASA said the platform will allow users to watch the agency’s live broadcasts and learn about its missions through a series of original video shows, including some new shows launching with the launch of the streaming service.
NASA’s new streaming service is part of the agency’s overall digital transformation and comes with a revamp of its website and apps.
The agency also released a trailer showing the highlights of the NASA Plus streaming platform, including spectacular scenes of our Earth and outer space.
The launch of NASA’s streaming service comes at a critical time as the agency prepares to send four astronauts to the moon again after 52 years, with Artemis II expected to set off around November 2024 Head to the moon. This will be the first time astronauts will explore the lunar surface aboard NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft, and hopefully, the new NASA Plus streaming service will provide us with exciting footage from the mission.
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