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This four part series explores the challenges and opportunities of modern space exploration. NASA is sizing up a new but familiar challenge: how to transport humans into deep space. After 30 years spent circling the Earth, NASA is building spacecraft to take astronauts beyond the Moon to an asteroid and eventually Mars. From rocket testers in Mississippi, to capsule builders in Florida, this is the story of the spacecraft and the technicians aiming to follow in the footsteps of their Apollo ancestors. Includes the following Episodes: Space Voyages: The Moon and Beyond Space Voyages: Into the Unknown Space Voyages: Open For Business Space Voyages: Surviving the Void Shuttle Discovery s Last Mission
|S01E01||Into The Unknown||24/12/2013||Project Gemini was designed to develop and prove the technologies needed in order to go to the Moon.|
|S01E02||The Moon and Beyond||31/12/2013||On December 21st, 1968, NASA's Saturn V lifts off for the Moon, rocketing astronauts Frank Borman, Bill Anders, and Jim Lovell, out of Earth orbit and into the history books.|
|S01E03||Open for Business||07/01/2014||Space is no longer just for governments. Little companies with big ideas are now reaching for the skies, making commercial human spaceflight a reality. Private businesses are investing big and aiming high, building their own rockets and orbiters, deploying commercial satellites to connect the globe, and preparing for space tourism. NASA's shuttle may have been grounded, but for corporations, the sky is no longer the limit.|
|S01E04||Surviving the Void||14/01/2014||A mission to Mars may seem like the stuff of science fiction, but NASA is working to make it a reality. But one big question remains: can the human body withstand this 34-million-mile odyssey? See how modern science is preparing today's astronauts for our next adventures into the deadly void of outer space. The experiences of our first astronauts are helping engineers create new technology to overcome the biggest obstacle to long-term space travel: our human bodies.|
|S01E05||Shuttle Discovery\'s Last Mission||00/00/0000|