Space agency brings the universe at your home

Space agency brings the universe at your home

NASA has announced a new social media special, NASA at Home or #NASAatHome, which will show the latest updates to the agency’s space explorations, along with other content to keep you engaged with the universe. As the official blog notes, #NASAatHome offers a repository of videos, podcasts, e-books, DIY projects, AR tours, and an app that lets you fly a virtual NASA plane.

NASA at Home also provides opportunities for agency experts to interact via Instagram live, while NASA Television runs special programs on weekdays. The purpose behind the special social media initiative is to enable users from all over the world to explore space from the comfort of their home, especially during the pandemic crisis. (ANI)

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