It’s the US space agency’s newest commitment to bringing science content to the palm of your hand. Original productions will be aired
Streaming platforms are becoming more and more popular in the world of entertainment, which is why many companies have decided to launch their own multimedia content exchange service. One of the latest companies to announce is NASA, which has launched its platform called ‘NASA+’. ‘.
The new platform promises to bring the universe closer to people’s homes, offering a wide range of space-related content, from live broadcasts to documentaries and original series.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has tied up with ‘NASA+’ to promote their exploration of the unknown in air and space.
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One of the main missions of this new service is to provide educational and engaging content for people of all ages. Learning materials and documentaries aimed at children are expected to allow viewers to explore the world of space and science in an accessible and understandable way.
Also, NASA Plus is announced as a free, ad-free and family-friendly service. To access content You must enter the NASA page, which they are developing and so far only in beta mode, i.e. the test version. An updated version of its mobile app that can enjoy the same content is expected to be released soon.
The streaming platform can be used on mobile devices and tablets with iOS and Android; streaming media players such as Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV; On the web via mobile and desktop devices.
As for the launch date of NASA Plus, the company does not have an estimated date yet. Although not much information has been revealed about it, the only thing that is known is that it will be available later this year.