Men Into Space (1959–1960)
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Beyond the Stars 

A 3-man team visit the Lunar Observatory, isolated from all Earth signals on the Moon's far side, for routine Radio Telescope work. They pass the time during a long sky-mapping session by ... See full summary »

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Col. Edward McCauley
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Mary McCauley
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Major Charles Randolph
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Lt. John Leonard
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Donna Talbot
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A 3-man team visit the Lunar Observatory, isolated from all Earth signals on the Moon's far side, for routine Radio Telescope work. They pass the time during a long sky-mapping session by taping 'A glimpse of lunar life' sound-broadcast. An power fault interrupts and requires a Moon walk to the Radio Telescope. One man is badly injured while returning. Unconscious for days, he responds to the tape-recording and deliriously asks to hear the 'sound from the stars'. His colleagues comply and make an interesting discovery. Written by xipetotec@yahoo.co.uk

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11 May 1960 (USA)  »

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