This documentary tells the story of the Apollo 11 moon landing with NASA footage and photographs of the astronauts and their familes.
And so is sitting atop a towering Saturn rocket dangerous, 20th Century’s space exploration proving as hazardous as the voyages of exploration in the days of caravels and galleons. Director Damien Chazelle’s film gives us the sense of being a passenger with the brave astronauts, as well it should, scriptwriter Josh Singer basing his script …
In the 1960s 3 black women, working at NASA because of their math skills, successfully struggle against sexism & racism, greatly aiding our space program.
Delightful. Well researched. I give this new film 5 out of 5 stars. Click the photo to read my entire review.
When an asteroid threatens to crash into the Earth NASA assembles a hot-shot team to travel to and set off a nuclear device on the Texas-size rock.
When their space shuttle is destroyed two US astronauts must figure out how they can get back to eareth before their oxygen supply runs out.