The US National Aerospace Agency (NASA) announced that it will launch the NASA+ streaming service on November 8. It will be free.

Viewers will have access to live broadcasts of the agency and viewing NASA missions. There will be no ads on the platform. NASA+ will be available through the NASA app on iOS and Android, on Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV streaming media players, and on the web.

Through the platform, NASA will share scientific discoveries, research, and innovations.

“From the study of exoplanets to a better understanding of the Earth’s climate and the impact of the Sun on our planet, as well as the exploration of the solar system… It strengthens our connection with viewers,” said Nicky Fox, assistant administrator of the Science Mission Office at NASA Headquarters.

In addition to developing a streaming platform, NASA this month relaunched its websites (main and dedicated to scientific research) and updated the app.

Recall that the Webb telescope from NASA took a new image of the Crab Nebula. It allows us to understand more about the origin of the nebula.

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