TMW Media Cool Space Stuff: Delivering Destiny
An international Space Station and Space Shuttle documentary, which looks at building and maintaining human life in space through ongoing space science exploration projects.
Supplier: TMW Media K4021DVD
Thousands of scientists, engineers and adventurers around the world are working together to take us further into outer space, and now we can see what they're dreaming about and planning for.
- Using animation and live action footage, all set to an original atmospheric soundtrack, Cool Space Stuff takes you on the ultimate exploration of the fascinating worlds revolving around us
- There are many other worlds out there, and it won't be long until we are able to visit them all
- It's an exciting trip just finding out how we might get there and you're invited to come along
- Time: 57 min.
- Featuring topics of astronomical significance such as Future missions to Mars, the Stardust Mission in February 1999, the Earth Flyby event on January 15, 2001, an animated Solar Coronal Mass Ejection leading into a real life Aurora Borealis, the Russian Proton rocket launch and construction of the International Space Station, the STS 98 Launch on February 7, 2001, the Atlantis delivering the Destiny Lab to the ISS, EVAs (or space walks) with helmet cams, shuttle undocking and fly-around of the ISS, landing of the Atlantis at the Edwards Air Force Base, satelite recoveries and repairs, including the Hubble Space Telescope, memories of MIR (the former Russian space station) and future and current space telescope missions
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