NASASpaceFlight.com, now in its 17th year of operations, is already a leading online news resource for space flight-specific news, covering all the leading space-faring nations.
With breaking exclusive space flight-related news stories and in-depth features, NASASpaceFlight.com is dedicated to expanding the public’s awareness and respect for the space flight industry, from its early days covering the Space Shuttle Program and NASA to branching out to global and commercial launch companies.
With a six-figure monthly readership, the site’s expansion has already seen articles being referenced and linked by major news networks such as MSNBC, CBS, The New York Times, Popular Science, to name a few.
NSF News Site: https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/
This dual approach, of engaging the public with those that work in the field of space flight makes NASASpaceflight.com, via its news site and forum, a unique resource to all. The forum is the most visited space flight-specific forum in the world.
NSF Forum: https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/
NASASpaceFlight.com Youtube Channel
Starting in 2019, the NSF Youtube Channel already has over 530,000 subscribers. From live, interactive commentary and Q&A sessions during live coverage of rocket launches with our own cameras, through to daily videos from our Starbase team alongside 24/7 live coverage, through to in-depth feature videos and overviews, the channel now partners as the official streams for companies such as Astra and Stratolaunch, with more partnerships available on inquiry.
NSF Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/nasaspaceflightvideos
Taking this a level higher – and a major reason for this news media site’s ability to break the news first – is the highly successful L2 sections, which is a first-of-its-kind subscription service that allows previously unheard of access to the public. This subscription revenue is used directly – and solely – to cover the site’s running costs.
NASASpaceflight.com takes pride in providing its readership with the best possible service, to the point of providing free access to the level of information you’d expect to pay for on other sites and then some. For more information on L2 click here.
With an exclusive range of custom-made merchandise, the NSF store caters to the growing base of rocket fans.
The NSF Store: https://shop.nasaspaceflight.com/
NASASpaceflight.com offers visitors an extensive source of space-related news. The site’s news pages are updated throughout the day with major breaking news, syndicated throughout all of the major news wire services, via Google, Yahoo, and RSS.
NASASpaceflight.com’s outreach has been aided by major news media accrediting the site for breaking news. For an overview of the site’s outreach and examples of possible advertising campaigns on the news site of NASASpaceflight.com, refer to the advertising page and contact [email protected] to note your interest in advertising.
Managing Editor/Founder: Chris Bergin (@nasaspaceflight) – [email protected]
Assistant Managing Editor: Chris Gebhardt (@ChrisG_NSF) – [email protected]
Executive Producer: John Galloway (@KSpaceAcademy) – [email protected]
Livestream Director: Michael Baylor (@nextspaceflight) – [email protected]
News Director: Thomas Burghardt (@TGMetsFan98) – [email protected]
Video Editorial Manager: Jack Beyer (@thejackbeyer) – [email protected]
Site Manager: Mark Gerrits (@sjongejonge) – [email protected]
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How to support NSF:
Since 2005, NASASpaceFlight.com has grown thanks to the amazing support of our community. This has allowed us to reinvest that support into providing additional content, through to major purchases such as those associated with our Starbase Live coverage and launch livestreams.
Unlike a lot of media sites, we are not owned by a parent publishing company and are totally independent. As such, your support is a vital lifetime to pushing us forward in this increasingly competitive realm.
NSF the news site and forum are supported via L2 subscription memberships.