NASA stated Wednesday it is bringing its official livestream, NASA TV, to Hulu, simply in time for the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s touchdown on the moon. Subscribers to the video streaming service may also watch TV collection equivalent to NASA X, which “follows progressive new applied sciences and the NASA scientists, researchers and engineers who’re placing them to work for us.”

NASA TV will likely be obtainable Friday and would require a Hulu subscription, or a free trial in the event you’re not already a member. Hulu may even be working documentaries in addition to NASA 360, which covers methods the area company’s tech has influenced not solely  area journey however shopper items as properly. It’s also possible to entry NASA TV instantly by way of NASA’s personal website.

On July 20, 1969, NASA put the first people on the moon with its Apollo 11 mission and Neil Armstrong‘s “one big leap.” Although nobody has been again to the moon because the Apollo 17 mission in December 1972, NASA has stated it expects to make its subsequent moon touchdown in 2024 as a stepping stone for future Mars missions.

Neither NASA nor Hulu responded to a request for remark.

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