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NASA's Story

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NASA's Story

NASA's Story is a documentary series by Dangerous Films for the BBC[1] to commemorate 50 years since the formation of NASA.[2] The series looks at NASA's early history, the triumphs and disasters, notably the Apollo 1 fire, through to the manned Moon missions and the Space Shuttle era.[3] The show includes various interviews with astronauts and NASA personnel such as Chris Kraft, Jon Clark, Leroy Cain, Scott Carpenter, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, both crew members of Apollo 11.[1]

The show was broadcast in the United Kingdom and Germany in June and July 2009.[4]

See also


  1. ^ a b NASA - London Film Crew Tells NASA's Story
  2. ^ BBC Website - Buzz Aldrin: Walking on the moon
  3. ^ BBC catalog website
  4. ^ [1]
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