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Mercury History and Apollo-Soyuz
The history of space flight is full of many firsts. This set of two films explores two significant firsts - the first U.S. space program to put a man into orbit and the first joint space program between two super powers - the U.S. and the Soviets. The total run time for the collection is 58 minutes.
The first film is "The World Was There." This film explores the NASA Mercury era of space flight and profiles the seven brave astronauts who risked their lives to successfully complete these early, yet vital space missions.
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"The Mission of Apollo-Soyuz" is the second film on this DVD. It explores the first international space mission and shows a rare cooperation between the United States and the Soviet Union at a time of intense distrust and rivalry. This film explores this historic cooperative space mission in great detail.
Here are some films clips of The Mission of Apollo-Soyuz:
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