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Yet Another Streaming Service Has Been Announced, But This One Is Free And Run By The Government

There are already so many streaming services out there, but the market is not fully saturated just yet. The space agency NASA has announced its own streaming service, NASA+, and it’s completely free.

“See more rockets, more science, and more space,” NASA said of its new streaming service.

NASA+ won’t have any ads or subscription options, so thankfully this one won’t add to your existing monthly bill. What it will have includes a collection of original video series and live coverage for NASA missions. After all, NASA is putting humans back on the Moon and going to Mars, so now is a good time to get people excited about space again with a new streaming service.

“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,” NASA boss Marc Etkind said in a news release.

NASA+ will be available on “most major platforms” through the NASA App on iOS and Android devices. Users can also stream content through Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, and via the web.

In addition to launching NASA+, NASA is revamping its websites, and you can get a sneak peek at the progress made so far right here.

As mentioned, NASA is sending humans back to the moon. The Artemis program began with the launch of the uncrewed Artemis I in November 2022 that orbited around the Moon but didn’t come down for a landing. Artemis II (November 2024) will take a crew of human astronauts to the Moon, but it won’t be until 2025’s Artemis III–if all goes to plan–that humans will land on the Moon to conduct further research. If all goes to plan, it will be the first time since Apollo 17 in 1972 that humans visited the lunar surface.

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After this, NASA plans to send an astronaut to Mars.

NASA’s latest rocket launch took place on August 1, with a ship heading to the International Space Station carrying supplies.

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