The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), established in 1958 is a U.S. federal agency responsible for civilian space exploration, aeronautics research, and space research.
The agency has broadcasted space exploration for decades and has now decided to take its content production to the next level with the launch of its own streaming platform. The NASA+ service will feature a wide variety of content, including live streams of rocket launches, documentaries and new original series that will be exclusively available on the platform.
NASA+ is scheduled to launch later this year for free and it will be available on a variety of devices, including:
– Mobile and tablet devices: Users can download the upgraded NASA app on their iOS or Android devices.
– Web: Users can also access NASA+ on the web via the agency’s new beta website, which will contain information about the agency’s missions, research, climate data, and more.
The launch of NASA+ is a positive step forward for the space agency. The platform will allow NASA to reach a wider audience with its content and share its mission with a global audience. It will also be interesting to see how NASA+ competes with other streaming platforms.
Will NASA+ be a success? Will it help popularize space exploration? Stay tuned to find out!