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(246) 7.9 90 min 2018

Discovery shines a spotlight on the institution taking us to the moon and to the outer edge of our solar system. Above and Beyond celebrates NASA's many accomplishments and catapults viewers to where its headed in the future. Directed, produced, and narrated by Emmy®-winning Rory Kennedy, the film examines the ways NASA has changed our vision of the universe, our planet, and ourselves.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rory Kennedy

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Rory Kennedy
Writer Mark Bailey, Don Kleszy
Country USA
Also Known As Zum Mond und noch viel weiter - Die Reise der Nasa
Runtime 1H 30M

Top reviews

Sunday, 10 Jan 2021 18:14

I've seen a lot of interviews with people who worked on the Apollo moon missions, and the general feeling I got from them was that NASA has changed a lot since the Apollo missions. The Apollo missions were an incredible achievement in space exploration. It was a significant step in human history, and they really deserve some sort of recognition for their accomplishments. But as with any high profile achievement, the people who did the work are no longer with us. The Apollo missions are a part of our history, and we should cherish them. The documentary NASA's Journey to Tomorrow is a pretty good documentary. The documentary is pretty much centered around the Apollo missions, and the astronauts themselves, and the things they had to do to live out their dreams of space exploration. The documentary is pretty accurate in its presentation of what the astronauts had to do to accomplish their goals, and what was going on in their lives at the time. It is also pretty well done in its presentation of the events and the things that were going on at the time. But for me, the most important part of the documentary was its presentation of the people who worked on the Apollo missions. It was pretty interesting to see the stories of the people who did the work, and to hear the stories of the people who were working on the missions. And for me, that was the most important part of the documentary. I don't think it was very well done, but it was a pretty good documentary overall. I would recommend this documentary to people who are interested in the Apollo missions. It's pretty accurate in its presentation, and the documentaries that were done after the Apollo missions are pretty much equally accurate. 7/10
Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 04:18

I enjoyed the documentary. It was good to hear from the participants. They were very honest. I was also impressed with the director. He did a good job of not showing us the results of the flights but instead of presenting us with images and text that would make it seem like it was a flight. He used the same style and used great narration to make it seem like a flight. It was very well done. I have to admit that I liked the fact that they didn't show the raw footage from the flight, they only showed the images and text that were already available. It was interesting to see how the astronauts interacted with the general public. The scientist was very interesting, and the astronaut was very interesting. I am surprised that the documentary didn't show more about the engineering and the testing. I am still a little confused about what the scientists thought when they did the tests, because I didn't see anything about the tests. I have read other reviews of this film and some of them have pointed out that the film is not as informative as it could have been. I agree. It was not as informative as I would have liked. I also agree that there could have been more of the interviews with the participants. I think that it would have been more interesting to hear more about the testing. It seemed that it was only focused on the testing. I understand that this is a documentary and that they were not going to show the testing, but it was still good to hear more about the testing. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in spaceflight, and the space program in general. It is not a documentary, and that is a good thing. It is very interesting to hear about what went on behind the scenes during the flights.


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