This is to inform you that NASA+ is now live. Yes, you heard it right, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has finally launched its streaming service titled “NASA+” which is absolutely free. In the era where each and every streaming platform is charging some amount for their content, NASA+ comes to offer absolutely free content around science and space. It is an ad-free cross-platform streaming platform by NASA. Since the National Aeronautics and Space Administration unveiled its standalone streaming platform, it has been the topic of the town. Netizens are curious to explore the content around space and science on an ad-free platform. But before launching the app on your mobile phones and computers, you need to know some instructions and imperative details about NASA+, so be sticky with this page and go through it till the end. Swipe down the page.
NASA Launches Free Streaming Platform NASA+
First of all, let’s talk about where to download the NASA+ app. Since NASA launched its ad-free streaming platform netizens have been scrambling to know if this app is available on the Apple store or not. However, the streaming free service launched by NASA is available on both the web and the app. The free streaming service of NASA can be accessed on the web by visiting this web address: plus.nasa.gov. The free content around space and science by NASA can also be watched on an app called NASA+ which is available on platforms like Roku and Apple TV.
Kindly note that people are advised to update their NASA app on their phones to the latest version to enjoy various shows related to science and space. Interestingly, NASA+ also offers original series along with Emmy award-winning content. The deputy administrator of NASA, Pam Melroy expressed his excitement while launching NASA+ and the updated version of the NASA app.
Melroy said, “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.” Back in July, NASA teased the launch of its own online streaming service called NASA+, an online platform with content related to science and space. The platform already has content related to the James Webb Space Telescope, animated children’s shows about planets and the universe, ultra-high definition visuals of the cosmos, and personal stories of Black NASA astronauts.