NASA fans and space enthusiasts will be happy to hear this news. Just ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, you’ll have another way to tune into NASA TV’s live stream. Hulu will carry the feed on its live TV service starting July 19th, and a selection of video-on-demand material will arrive on the platform this week as well. Though some might tell you that the feed will be cut whenever a UFO goes by.
It sounds like there will be enough content to please any NASA fan. Among the series and events that you’ll be able to check out on demand are Earth Views, NASA’s Look at 50 Years of Apollo, the Emmy-nominated InSight Mars Landing, SpaceX Dragon Crew Capsule and the TESS launch. If you haven’t watched any of these, now is your chance.
Hulu plans to stream a variety of other space-themed content over the next couple of weeks, including The Last Man (July 18th), Apollo 11 (July 20th), Planet 51 (July 23rd) and After Darkness (July 29). Hulu looking to get signups from their free trial and they will no doubt get many space fans with this content. There’s no separate cost for this NASA content. That content is pretty cool.
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