The restored EVA television, from July 20, 1969.
This time the quiz is all about Saturn rockets. Good luck!
Today – February 1, marks the 15th anniversary of the day Spacecraft Films went live – February 1, 2002. Thank you for your support over the years in bringing the best in space exploration to you – long-form and unfiltered.
In celebration of our 15th anniversary on February 1st, we are making the one hour cut of Live From the Moon available for your viewing. It is password protected, you’ll need the password “15YEARS” to see it. Enjoy it, and thank you for your support. The 95 minute Live From the Moon is also available as a DVD and in … Read More
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