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Described as being the definitive account of Neil Armstrong’s life, this documentary aims to paint a detailed portrait of the first man to step foot on the moon. From his humble childhood in Ohio and his near-death experiences as a fighter pilot in the Korean war and during his training as a test pilot, Armstrong recounts the extraordinary life of a man who will forever be a lynchpin of human history. Narrated by Harrison Ford and using previously unseen home videos and archive tapes, this film brings us closer to the man behind the mission, delving into what made Neil Armstrong such a dedicated, passionate and successful astronaut.
A spectacular, thrilling story of survival set in the depths of space, with breathtaking, groundbreaking visuals.
11+ years 89 mins
Astonishing documentary, created entirely from restored archive materials, which tells the story of mankind’s first trip to the moon.
11+ years 93 mins
The story behind Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 mission to the Moon, and the dangers and costs behind one of the most impressive achievements in history.
11+ years 141 mins
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Detailed documentary Armstrong gives an overview of the first man to step foot on the moon whilst 1985 becomes available on DVD
Reading time 3 mins
On 20 July 1969, human kind first landed on the moon. Celebrate this inspiring, our of this world achievement in your class with our films, resources and more.
Reading time 6 mins
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