Just what will motoring be like in a post apocalyptic world that's been blown to bits by nuclear bombs or a massive comet? It's a burning question that's on literally nobody's mind, and we ... See full summary »
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing, 1969 by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, there were quite a few moon landing and moon related programmes and documentaries on television, and this was one of them. Top Gear presenter James May had dreamt on going to the moon ever since he was a child, and he saw the moon landing himself, even when not understanding all the complications, technology involved, etc. May interviews many of the people who had the experience of going on the moon and carrying out the needed preparations and missions themselves. He also had tests and preparations made to have a similar experience himself, by going into the highest flying jet in the world to nearby leave the Earth and see it from the high altitude, which makes for really good viewing. Very good!
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