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WATCH: This One Is For The Space Lovers Out There

“Moonwalk” is a video and podcast series that captures multi-generational, one-of-a-kind conversations between groundbreaking voices in aerospace.

In July 1969, NASA astronauts landed on the moon.

In celebration of the 50-year milestone, we created Moonwalk, a multi-generational series of fascinating, one-of-a-kind conversations between groundbreaking voices in aerospace.

Watch and listen right now at HoustonPublicMedia.org/moon.

  • Apollo 15 astronaut Alfred Worden meets present-day astronaut Shane Kimbrough for the first time. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
    Apollo 15 astronaut Alfred Worden meets present-day astronaut Shane Kimbrough for the first time. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
  • Glynn Lunney was a flight director during the Apollo Missions. His son Bryan Lunney followed in his footsteps during the Space Shuttle Era. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
    Glynn Lunney was a flight director during the Apollo Missions. His son Bryan Lunney followed in his footsteps during the Space Shuttle Era. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
  • Astronaut Andrew Feustel speaks with robotics student Reed Blanchard about the future possibilities of technology. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
    Astronaut Andrew Feustel speaks with robotics student Reed Blanchard about the future possibilities of technology. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
  • Dr. Bernard Harris Jr., the first African American to perform as space walk speak with recent college graduate Clare Luckey. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
    Dr. Bernard Harris Jr., the first African American to perform as space walk speak with recent college graduate Clare Luckey. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
  • Poppy Northcutt, the first female engineer in mission control, meets a female leader at NASA. Emily Nelson is mission control's deputy chief. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)
    Poppy Northcutt, the first female engineer in mission control, meets a female leader at NASA. Emily Nelson is mission control's deputy chief. (Photo Credit: Alex Broussard / Houston Public Media)

Moonwalk is available where ever you consume media:

  • Digital Video Series – Available on YouTube, Facebook and on our website
  • Podcast – These extended conversations have a behind-the-scenes, authentic feel. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, where ever else you find your podcasts or on our website.
  • Broadcast TV – This tv special premieres July 8 at 10pm on TV 8 following Chasing The Moon
  • TV and Mobile Streaming – Available on demand beginning July 8 on the PBS app
  • Radio – A 1-hour radio special premieres July 20 at 5pm on News 88.7.

 

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