The Last Man on the Moon plus Satellite Q&A

Writer-director Mark Craig focuses on the race into space through the prism of Eugene Cernan, a veteran of several Apollo missions and the titular last man on the moon when Apollo 17 landed there in 1972. Basing his film on Cernan’s 1999 memoir of the same name, Craig melds rare archive footage of the Apollo adventures with extensive interviews with those who took part – including Alan Bean, Jim Lovell and, of course, Cernan himself. Cernan is particularly philosophical about his career and space travel. NASA Flight Director Gene Kranz and Director Of Flight Operations Chris Kraft reflect on the space programme, and the film as a whole is an impressive testimony to the achievements of these brave pioneers.

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