From the Earth to the Moon: Season 1, Episode 2

Apollo One (5 Apr. 1998)

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NASA prepares for the Apollo 1 mission, then investigates the cause of the mission's tragic cabin fire.

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Himself - Host
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Clinton Anderson
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Peter Anthony ...
Engineer
Donna Badger ...
Janis Benson ...
Senator Margaret C. Smith
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Mondale's Aide
Tommy Canary ...
Simpkinson
Bill Cordell ...
Pyro Technician
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Lee Atwood
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Keith Dickerson ...
Pyro Engineer
J. Don Ferguson ...
Senator Stephen Young
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NASA prepares for the Apollo 1 mission, then investigates the cause of the mission's tragic cabin fire.

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At the end Deke Slayton is presented with a gold astronaut pin that was to have been presented to him by the crew after the flight because they knew Deke would never fly in space. Deke did eventually fly in space in 1975 as part of the US crew for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. See more »

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Beyond The Sea
Performed by Bobby Darin
English lyrics written by Jack Lawrence
Music and French lyrics by Charles Trenet
Courtesy of Atco Records
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
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