NASA is Launching a New Streaming Platform

NASA streaming logo on a dark purple starry space background.
Photo Credit: NASA x GGD News

Later this year, NASA will introduce a new streaming service called NASA+. The platform will be subscription-free and feature no ads. You can watch live events (like rocket launches), original video space content, and documentaries. New shows will also be available; incoming titles include: Mars Is Hard, NASA Kids, Webb Space Telescope, First Light, Nasa En Español, and The Color of Space.

“Transforming our digital presence will help us better tell the stories of how NASA explores the unknown in air and space, inspires through discovery, and innovates for the benefit of humanity,” explained Marc Etkind, NASA’s Associate Administrator of Communications, in a statement.

Currently, the U.S. space agency shares its content 24/7 via NASA TV. You can preview NASA+ and give feedback through its beta version here.

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