NASA: The Space Shuttle

With the idea being born in the midst of unsettled times, this idea somehow evolved into a feat of unexpected excellence, giving rise to one of the most complex machines ever built and with a mission no less extraordinary, transporting humans to and from space itself and helping to construct the International Space Station or ISS. Now however after completing nearly thirty years of flight it’s legacy is one of unparalleled achievement, tragedy overcome and opportunity met. This is of course a film about the NASA Space Shuttle, narrated by William Shatner.

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  1. Awesome doco..

  2. Appalling opopenig quote.
    People who think like that have had luck.
    Being born, for instance, as a brain-damaged crack-baby in Mexico, or being in a traffic accident isn’t really a matter of choice imho