NASA+ Launch: NASA has always been very forward-thinking and willing to change how we study space. This time, though, it’s not about spacewalks or rocket runs. Instead, NASA is bringing space to our screens for free with the launch of NASA+, its new streaming service.
NASA+ Launch: Explore the Universe from Your Screen!
It looks like the service will be free when it starts up.
NASA+ will launch on November 8 and offer ad-free viewing with special access to NASA’s live shows, which have won Emmy Awards for their high production value. A hand-picked selection of original series that highlight the agency’s groundbreaking tasks will also be shown to viewers.
For some background, the basic plan on other streaming services like Disney+ costs about $7.99 a month. Curiosity Stream, on the other hand, charges about $2.99 a month for a collection of science and history documentaries. NASA+, on the other hand, is free and doesn’t require a contract, so anyone can enjoy the wonders of space.
But the streaming service is only one part of NASA’s larger move to digital. The agency is also making changes to its app, main website, and science websites to make them easier to use and more helpful. These updates should come out at the same time as NASA+ and make it easier to access all of NASA’s multimedia material.