A New TV Project Hopes To Give Viewers A Portal Into Outer Space

A New TV Project Hopes To Give Viewers A Portal Into Outer Space
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Sen wants to become the first television network to focus exclusively on gathering and providing viewers with information about space

Zack Palm
  • 17 august 2017

Sen wants to give the people of Earth a unique perspective of their planet and educate them about what’s beyond the green and blue marble we all share. Sen’s goal is to have a micro-satellite in orbit called Space TV, from which it plans to gather data, statistics and analytics for users to view through the company’s website or app.

The team at the company plans to start small by focusing on the Earth and its moon before venturing out to other planets. Sen plans to make Mars the next planet to explore, given it finds success with the first series of videos. Right now, Sen does not have its video series mapped out, but the company finished designing its app in June.

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Sen wants to give the people of Earth a unique perspective of their planet and educate them about what’s beyond the green and blue marble we all share. Sen’s goal is to have a micro-satellite in orbit called Space TV, from which it plans to gather data, statistics and analytics for users to view through the company’s website or app.

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