Al Reinert's documentary explores the human aspects of Nasa's Apollo missions, using only archived video and audio footage captured on the vessels themselves and by mission control.
Part of the Moon season.
New. Ten women in their 70s who were all married to Apollo astronauts visit Arizona for a special reunion. In a series of interviews, the women reveal how it felt to watch their husbands blast off into space, share their experiences of being the focus of the world's media, and discuss the difficulty in readjusting to everyday life upon their spouses' return. Part of the Moon season. See panel.
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