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NASA has initiated its inaugural on-demand, no-cost streaming platform

NASA has rolled out NASA+, its free, ad-free streaming service featuring live coverage and original video series. The platform, available on the NASA App for iOS and Android, as well as media players Roku and Apple TV, offers a range of content, including a documentary series on the James Webb Space Telescope, animated children’s shows, stories of Black NASA astronauts, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of scientific endeavors. With no subscription cost, NASA+ aims to provide a diverse viewing experience, including Spanish-language content and live event coverage of space launches. The platform is part of NASA’s broader efforts to engage the public and make its content accessible worldwide. Alongside the streaming service, NASA has updated its app, which has been downloaded over 30 million times. The app now features full access to NASA+ streaming, cloud push notifications, International Space Station sightings, photo ratings, and augmented reality for viewing 3D models of NASA’s rockets, spacecraft, and rovers. The combined efforts, including the revamped NASA website earlier this year, aim to make NASA’s content readily available to a global audience.

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