Outer space is en vogue right now. People can’t get enough of the incredible images NASA’s telescopes, rovers, and probes have spent the last few decades capturing. And finally, we’ll be able to see the final frontier unfold in front of us from the comfort of our TV screens.

Meet NASA TV UHD. Launching on November 1st, the channel aims to show audiences the up-close and personal view normally reserved for the agency’s machines currently moseying around the different reaches of deep space.

It’s all thanks to the arrival of 4K UHD technology, the new ultra-high definition video format that’s finally becoming more and more widely adopted by TV providers around the world. NASA intends for their new channel, developed in partnership with infrastructure company Harmonic, to deliver 3840 x 2160 resolution at 60 frames per second.

And all of this will arrive on your television screen commercial free.

Harmonic is currently working to strike deals with satellite and cable TV operators to carry the channel for their consumers. But if you’re not one of those people buying into the increasingly shrinking cable TV industry, you can stream the channel over the internet (provided you have at least 13 mbps of streaming bandwidth).

What we’ve seen from space is already stunningly beautiful. Here’s hoping 4K UHD can bring us more images like these:

Hubble reveals heart of Lagoon Nebula
The sun, following a solar flare.
North pole of Mercury.
Photos via NASA