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Tracing the story of the landmark Apollo expeditions to the moon during the 1960s and early 1970s.

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The Apollo program comes to an end with the final manned flight to the moon in December 1972. Guest starring Tom Hanks, Daniel Hugh Kelly and Stephen Root.
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The astronauts' wives attempt to deal with being in the national spotlight while holding down the home front.
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Geologist Lee Silver assists Dave Scott and his Apollo 15 crew in becoming field observers on the moon.
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Veteran astronaut Alan Shepard is delegated to a desk job because of inner-ear problems, until successful surgery allows him to return to the space program.
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Tensions rise among members of the NASA press corps during coverage of the Apollo 13 accident. With Clint Howard, Jay Mohr, Conor O'Farrell and Dan Butler.
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Rookie astronaut Alan Bean ends up piloting the lunar module for the second moon landing when a colleague is killed.
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Conflicts among the crew, public scrutiny and a number of crises threaten the Apollo 11 mission. Starring Cary Elwes, Tony Goldwyn, Diana Scarwid and Rita Wilson.
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Engineers work with NASA and the Apollo 9 astronauts in designing and building a lunar spacecraft that will put the first humans on the moon.
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NASA boldly attempts to fly men around the moon and back, while the United States suffers through traumatic events.
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As film crew documents everything, the crew and the control team make their preparations for the first manned Apollo launch.
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Apollo's first three astronauts are killed during a prelaunch test; the ship's designers scramble to save the lunar program.
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NASA assembles a group of astronauts for the Gemini program; the astronauts prepare by orbiting Earth.

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