Man on the Moon: Apollo 11 celebrates half a century - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S22E53

Jul 22, 12:09 PM
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*Man on the Moon: Apollo 11 celebrates half a century
A special SpaceTime documentary looking back at what is arguably the greatest scientific achievement of mankind.
50 years ago, on July 20th 1969 human’s set foot on the surface of another world for the first time.
SpaceTime places the Apollo 11 mission into its true context with its origins in the pure evil of Nazi Germany and its political weaponization during the height of the cold war.
We tell the story of the intense rivalry of the superpowers during the space race and how Apollo 11 became victorious.
Included are the actual news reels of the day and the key events as they unfolded through NASA live transmissions.
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