The platform is scheduled to go live on November 8th and will be completely free for all users and will also be ad-free, which is a nice bonus.

NASA+ promises to be a boon for space enthusiasts by providing access to live launch coverage, test videos, documentaries and other exclusive content.

However, you will not need to meet any conditions to subscribe to the service. Access to content will be possible through the NASA app on Android and iOS, as well as media players on Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV, and directly from the website.

Although details about future content have not yet been announced, it is already known that new series, most likely documentaries, will be on the service.

Source: Ferra

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