TRAILER Moon Launch Live – Saturday 8pm Channel 4

TRAILER Moon Launch Live.
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TRAILER Moon Launch Live.  Saturday 8pm Channel 4

Channel 4 relives Apollo 11’s five-day mission to the moon. It is to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this story of exceptional bravery, anticipation and achievement.

July 16th marks the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11. The first mission to land men on the Moon.  It was a monumental event, when the world came together to see if we could accomplish our greatest adventure ever.

Channel 4 will air two documentaries with incredible news archive from around the world.  Also exclusive NASA footage to re-tell the extraordinary bravery, anticipation and achievement of this iconic moment.

The digital highlight of the multi-platform event will be a live stream of the Apollo 11 mission minute-by-minute, from the moment of blast off on July 16th until the astronauts leave the moon on July 21st. The mission will play out in real time, 24 hours a day on the Channel 4 YouTube channel. The broadcast will be made up of six days of NASA recorded audio communications between Mission Control and the spacecraft, footage and still images taken by the Apollo 11 crew, along with specially-created graphics and reconstruction where needed to tell an immersive story entirely from the crew’s point of view.


What are your thoughts about the landing on the moon.  Was it good for mankind?  Should it happen again?  NASA plans another mission in 2024.  Should they do it?


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