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Over two decades after man’s first voyage into space, the eagerness to explore and learn more about space travel sparked what seemed to be a brilliant idea: why not send a teacher into orbit, to deliver a science lesson to be broadcast live back to Earth? That is how Christa McAuliffe, a 37-year-old schoolteacher, was chosen to be America’s first private citizen to join astronauts on what promised to be an exciting adventure. Using never-before-seen archival footage and audio recordings, including news footage and interviews with NASA engineers, this documentary pieces together the moments leading up to the launch of Space Shuttle Challenger on a cold morning in January 1986. Tragically, the mission did not go as planned. Challenger Disaster: Lost Tapes reflects on the human cost of space exploration, prompting audiences to consider the sacrifices inherent in mankind’s pursuit of knowledge and progress.
The definitive story of the Hubble Space Telescope, the most successful science project in the history of NASA.
Visually stunning documentary about mankind’s enduring curiosity about life on Mars, charting the history of space missions to the red planet.
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An alien spacecraft lands on Earth, leading the military to recruit an expert linguist to try and gauge if they come in peace.
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