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7/10/2019 1:23:49 PM
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PBS is flooding us with quite a lot of programming about NASA and the space missions for the entire month of July.  I watched some of it and it's excellent, including quite a lot of material and footage I had not seen elsewhere.

Heck, even PBS's "Antiques Roadshow" had an episode featuring space-related items.  Some of them were fascinating (but I only saw part of it).

CNN has been showing the movie "Apollo 11" that was in theaters a couple of months ago.  It includes some incredible footage that NASA had stored in vaults for nearly 50 years and had been forgotten.  But seeing it on a big-screen TV at home does not match the ground-thumping, heart-stopping thrill of seeing a Saturn V launch in a movie theater.


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