“Astra Lost in Space” to stream for free on Youtube

Medialink’s Ani-One has started streaming sci-fi anime series “Astra Lost in Space” on its YouTube channel.

The series is available in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, India, Sri Lanka and countries in the Southeast Asia region including the Philippines.

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Posted by Ani-One Asia on Friday, August 28, 2020

“Astra Lost in Space” is based on a sci-fi manga series written by Kenta Shinohara, who is also the creator of Sket Dance. It was adapted into an anime in 2019.

The series is described as:

In the year 2063, eight high school students and a kid are flown out to Planet Camp, tasked with surviving on their own for a few days. But shortly after arriving, an ominous glowing orb warps them to an unknown quadrant of space, nearly 5,012 light years away. Now, the only way back home is a slow, dangerous trek across the universe—a journey that’ll test them in ways Planet Camp never could.

For more details, visit their official Youtube channel.