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Facebook is going to launch its support for 360-degree Live streams

 

 

 

 

 

On 13th December 2016, National Geographic’s Facebook page has published the first 360 Live video as scientists emerge from 80 days in isolation pods at Utah’s Mars Desert Research Station.

Mars Isolation Pods

Seven space scientists from around the world have spent their past 80 days in isolation pods, simulating every aspect of life on Mars.National Geographic was live in Facebook as these scientists emerge from their pods. The scientists made us look on some behind the scenes action, allowing us to see how they suit up in their space suits, explore the living quarters, take a rover out for a drive across the surface of Mars, and much more.

 Live 360 Videos on facebook

Live 360 videos on facebook is going to be made available to more pages via the Live API in the coming months, and it will roll out for all the pages and profiles next year.

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