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Episodes 12

Details the making of "The Earth To The Moon". Interviews with cast and crew including producer Tom Hanks.

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Covers the special effects used to produce the series. Interviews with the model makers, special effects artists are included.

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The President's special message to Congress on May 25, 1961 that detailed the nation's urgent need to take a leading role in space achievement.

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A glimpse at galaxies, black holes and stars outside our solar system.

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Biographies of important astronomers, astrophysicists and other scientists who have contributed to our knowledge of the universe.

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The origin and evolution of the Earth's moon.

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The Space Race

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A timeline of both the USA and USSR space programs.

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Can We Do This?

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April 5, 1998

NASA responds to John F. Kennedy's challenge of landing a man on the moon with a group of new astronauts for the Gemini Program, who work toward the eventual lunar voyage with a series of risky and groundbreaking earth-orbit missions.

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Apollo 1

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April 5, 1998

The tragic death of Apollo's first three astronauts during a pre-launch test haunts the spacecraft's designers, as they struggle to come to terms with what happened, and find a way to save the moon program.

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April 12, 1998

A documentary film crew follows the final preparations for the first manned Apollo launch. Now behind schedule due to the Apollo 1 fire, astronauts and launch pad personnel bet their lives--and America's space future--on its success.

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1968

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April 12, 1998

NASA takes its boldest and most controversial step—an attempt to fly men around the moon and back for the first time in history—at the end of one of the most cataclysmic years of the century.

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Spider

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April 19, 1998

Engineers at Grumman Aviation work with NASA and the Apollo 9 astronauts to design, build, and finally test-fly the world's first true spaceship—a “lunar module” which will hopefully land the first humans on the moon.

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April 19, 1998

The glare of the public eye, conflicts among the crew, disastrous simulations, and a series of harrowing last-minute crises threaten the Apollo 11 astronauts' success at pulling off NASA's crowning achievement—the first lunar landing.

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April 26, 1998

From the perspective of Astronaut Alan Bean, see how he made an unexpected journey to the moon and his friendship with his Apollo 12 crew mates.

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April 26, 1998

As the life-threatening consequences of the Apollo 13 accident escalate in real time, so do the tensions among the NASA press corps covering it. Among them, a respected, old-school TV journalist questions the confrontational methods of a younger, slicker colleague.

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May 3, 1998

America's first man in space, Alan Shepard, is grounded with an inner ear disorder. A thankless new desk job starts to look permanent, until fate—and surgery—bring him a chance to rescue the space program.

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May 3, 1998

Geology guru Lee Silver helps Dave Scott and his Apollo 15 crew unravel the moon's mysterious origins by teaching them to become his lunar surrogates, and thus the first fully-trained “field observers” on another world.

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May 10, 1998

A group of young military wives struggle with their new “jobs” handling both the national spotlight and a demanding home front. Meanwhile, their astronaut husbands lose themselves in the pursuit of a national goal alternately competitive, glamorous, and deadly.

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May 10, 1998

The bittersweet end of the Apollo program—and the final manned journey to another planet—is juxtaposed with a light-hearted recreation of the first cinematic imagining of such an endeavor, the 1902 French silent classic “Voyage to the Moon.”

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