NASA is providing you with a reason to use your 4K TV for more than just upscaling content and the occasional series on Netflix that streams at 4K, with the US space agency to soon launch 4K content onto its NASA TV channel on YouTube.
NASA is teaming up with Harmonic, where the first 4K content won't just see the US space agency uploading the latest high-resolution video and images from the ISS and other NASA missions, but they've teased that they'll upload "historical missions" in 4K, too. Harmonic is talking with pay TV providers to broadcast the NASA TV channel through cable, satellite and optical networks.
In order to watch the 4K content on the NASA TV channel, you'll need an Internet connection with 13Mbps downstream.
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