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From our friends at the Museum Alliance

Saturday, August 10, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sharon Shanks
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Jeff Nee, educational specialist at the NASA JPL’s Museum Alliance, announces that the alliance has released every piece of NASA 360 content for download (that he could find) here: https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/360-video

For Museum Alliance members, he has created a sample script on how to "build up a longer show" of NASA 360 videos into a cohesive, full-length show (basically just going through a NASA mission life cycle). “Note that, specifically for NASA content, they're completely free to use, just beware of anything that looks like NASA content (i.e. space content) but is actually under a third party license. I try to be clear on that page about what is from NASA, and what is not, but feel free to ask if you're not sure. 

“I've also got some tips and tricks for different systems listed there, so hopefully one of those applies to you. If you find more NASA content that I missed, just let me know.

For anyone who's not a member, you can read more about and apply for a membership for the NASA Museum Alliance at https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/About.

 


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