44 years ago, Apollo 17 left the Moon, and so far no human has been back. We watched the lunar liftoff live. This is how…
There are a number of references to Earth history (or writing of Earth history) in Star Trek, and we thought it would be fun to build a quiz around them in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the show. So test your knowledge, as we boldly go where no quiz has gone before…
With the Space X “anomaly” yesterday, there seems to be a good bit of interest in exploding rockets. Once we set out to create a simple set of exploding rockets, and the 2-DVD collection ended up being something of a catalog of US launch vehicles. After putting the set together, I felt as though it shouldn’t just be failures, but … Read More
A favorite… taken from our Saturn V 3-DVD set.
On this day in 1933 Stu Roosa, CMP of Apollo 14, was born. To mark the occasion, here’s the first and second docking attempt of the CSM and LM on the mission.
The missions of Apollo 16 and 17 featured remarkably better television than previous missions, in large part because of a process developed by John Lowry to “clean up” the television in real time. During production of “Live From the Moon” we interviewed John about how the processing came about.