NASA+, the space agency launches streaming service for live missions and video on demand

A small revolution for space lovers. This time NASA is not launching a satellite into orbit, but a streaming service which, starting from November 8, will broadcast videos on demand and live broadcasts of the missions. It’s called Nasa+, it’s free and it will have no advertising, as Corriere della Sera explains. A large catalog of video materials made available by the American space agency is expected, but the most appreciated function will most likely be the live broadcast of the launches.

An extensive catalog from NASA’s video repertoire

The list of contents will also expand to those on demand. In fact, from the first day of the platform, original shows will be available from NASA’s large collection of videos. “Transforming our digital presence will help us tell better stories about how NASA explores the unknown in the atmosphere and space, and how it inspires through its discoveries and innovates for the benefit of humanity,” commented Marc Etkind, communications manager for the space agency. Nasa+ will be available not only for Android and iOS devices, but also for smart devices via services such as Chromecast, Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku.