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Posted on May 7th, 2024

Free For All – NASA Gets into the Streaming Game

Streaming services are used by people all over the world. Long gone are the days of leaving the house to watch a movie or purchase expensive cable and satellite television packages. You can find almost anything you want on streaming services. This month’s Free for All feature is all about NASA+ streaming services and how NASA made its way into the world of free at-home or on-the-go entertainment.

The NASA+ free streaming service offers a vast array of space topics and so much more. For example, those of us who weren’t able to see the April 2024 Solar Eclipse can see it from NASA’s eyes. You can explore the solar system with the scientists using the James Webb telescope in the Other Worlds series.

Watch the solar eclipse through NASA’s eyes!

The list of topics covered is huge and includes something for everyone. Fans of telescopes and their discoveries will fall in love with the The Great Space Telescopes, which includes the James Webb Telescope Mission, Hubble Telescope, and more. Get Sucked In will be a huge hit for anyone fascinated with black holes. Future space cadets can enjoy the material in the Kids’ section including cartoons featuring fun topics about outer space. 

The latest news and events, the technologies used, humans in space, and so much more await you with the NASA+ free streaming service available at The service is also available for download on Google Play Store, App Store, and NASA Apps. So, whether you want to see NASA’s latest mission, dive deeper into the planet, or further your fascination with blackholes or other space topics, the NASA+ free streaming service is sure to have exactly what you’re looking for.

Katie Nelson
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