NASA has launched its official streaming service that will be available globally for free across platforms.
The world began to access information about space due to the deep exploration and research of various space agencies. One of those space agencies is NASA, an official body in the US that invests heavy public money into gathering space knowledge. Earlier, various channels shared and spread interesting information to the world. But now, NASA has launched its official online streaming service ad-free for global audiences.
NASA has faced several backlashes due to the controversial revelations of space, many of which have proven to be factually incorrect or even fake. But the agency has kept up with its work and continuously upgrades itself to reach further into space exploration, whether remotely or by using technology to reach it physically. All of these efforts and their findings can now be accessed on mobile devices, smart TVs, and other streaming devices at no cost.
NASA TV will have exclusive content for children and will be available in multiple international languages. It is launched through an already existing official NASA application, which will now have an additional layer of streaming videos, live events, and the latest news.
Anyone from any part of the world can access the streaming service online without any restriction till now, including:
To access the content on NASA TV, all users with the NASA app must update it to the latest version. Others can simply download it from the Playstore or App Store. “I am excited we have created a powerful trifecta with the recently revamped NASA website, the launch of NASA+, and the updated NASA App that showcases the many benefits our data can have for all humanity,” Parn Melroy said during the official launch event.
Keeping the entire streaming service cost-free is key to expanding awareness in the general audience about the space and its mysteries. This will also help us inspire the future generation of scientists to fulfill their space appetite at an early age.
With a mixture of literature, cinema, and photography, Manish is mostly traveling. When he is not, he is probably writing another tech news for you!
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