NASA will launch its own streaming platform called NASA + this summer. While the space agency already streams launches and other events on its website, NASA + will offer not only live streams but also collections of original video series. The first shows on the platform are also new titles launched with the service, and what’s even better is that it’s free and the shows aren’t interrupted by ads.
In other words, if you want to watch NASA and space content, is the place to go. The streaming service will be available on mobile devices through the agency’s iOS and Android apps.You can also access it through desktop and mobile browsers, and stream on-demand shows through media players like Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV.
Marc Etkind of NASA’s Communications Office said: “With NASA’s new streaming platform, we are making space available on demand and at the touch of a button. Transforming our digital presence will help us better tell how NASA does it Explores unknowns in the air and in space, inspires discovery and innovates for the benefit of mankind. ”
In addition to launching its own streaming service,NASA is also revamping its entire digital footprint and is currently working on a new online (and app) )Environment that can better consolidate information related to his missions, research projects, Artemis program updates, among other things.
NASA has many websites for different programs and departments, but the new experience will include content from many of them. It also has built-in navigation and search capabilities for easy access to information on NASA websites. You can visit the Enhanced Web Experience Beta now.
Note, however, that even after full rollout, the agency plans to connect more libraries and websites to it.