NASA Website now has a new look. It launched a major redesign of its homepage, and the new product puts emphasis on images and connection with social media. The website’s overall organization has also undergone some changes, and there are some modifications to the categories, sections, and topics.
NASA said in a statement “ Based on the extensive user feedback and testing, we’ve modernized www.NASA.gov to work across all devices and screen sizes, eliminate visual clutter, and put the focus on the continuous flow of news updates, videos, and images we know you’re looking for.”
The new design has far fewer links per page, and the focal point is a dynamic feed of content arranged largely in reserve chronological order, and incorporating feature stories, videos, and images.
However, the website will link related topics and stories on the same page. “Once you’ve clicked on a piece of content, we present an infinite scroll of related content. As long as you scroll down the page, you’ll be presented with current stories or images on that topic.”
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The website has lots of categories such as galleries, downloads, and NASA TV. You can follow NASA’s social media, Galleries, Socials, blogs, Live, newsletter, etc.
It is one of the basic categories on the website. You can watch a live broadcast. Time schedule for the week is as follows:
- October 29:3pm- International space station 20th-anniversary panel
- 7 pm, 11 pm- reply to International Space Station 20th anniversary panel.
- Next Live Event (all times Eastern US time)- October 30, 11:10 am-11-40am, Expedition 64 in-flight crew news conference to discuss the 20th anniversary of a permanent human presence on the International Space Station.
- Nov.14- 3:30 pm- coverage of the launch of NASA’S SpaceX Crew 1 mission on the Resilience Crew Dragon to the International Space station.
- Nov.15: 4.04 am- Docking of the SpaceX Resilience Crew Dragon and the Crew 1 Crew to the International space station.
It airs a variety of programming when it’s not showing live news coverage. Thus, viewers may see views of the Earth from the International Space Station; replays of mission operations or news conferences, or episodes of produced programs. You can as well access upcoming live events on NASA TV. So to view the full schedule visit https://www.nasa.gov/topics/humans-in-space on their official page, click on the “Nasa TV” link at the top.
You can access the latest news releases on their website brings you the latest videos, images, and news from America’s space agency. You will get the latest updates on missions, watch TV live. To access the current news on their platform visit https://www.nasa.gov/news/releases/latest. The news update comes in pages, tap on the “Next” button to move to the next page.
The gallery section on the website features the image of the day, image galleries, videos, Ultra high def videos, usage, and copyright. So to access any of the sections visit their page at https://www.nasa.gov/topics/humans-in-space. Then scroll to the top of the page and select the “ Galleries” tab. Choose the category you want to access. And follow the guide.
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