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Colonizing Space 

Many considerations come to the forefront when planning space travel beyond the moon. Scientists are currently working on overcoming the many challenges and testing their solutions.

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Arthur Drooker

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Arthur Drooker
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Cast

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Erik Thompson Erik Thompson ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Chris McKay Chris McKay ... Himself - NASA / Ames Research Center
Michio Kaku ... Himself - Author, 'Physics of the Impossible'
Robert Zubrin Robert Zubrin ... Himself - President, Mars Society
Margarita Marinova Margarita Marinova ... Herself - CalTech
Wendell W. Mendell Wendell W. Mendell ... Himself - NASA Constellation Program (as Wendell Mendell)
Brian Wilcox Brian Wilcox ... Himself - Athlete, Principal Investigator
Jerry Linenger Jerry Linenger ... Himself - Author, 'Off the Planet'
Ryan L. Kobrick Ryan L. Kobrick ... Himself - Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
David Brin David Brin ... Himself - Author, 'Sundiver and Earth'
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Many considerations come to the forefront when planning space travel beyond the moon. Scientists are currently working on overcoming the many challenges and testing their solutions.

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11 March 2008 (USA) See more »

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Flight 33 Productions See more »
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Adequate intro but sadly outdated
22 January 2018 | by EradanSee all my reviews

This documentary was an adequate intro to the subject back in 2008 but is sadly outdated in 2018. Two of the three programs it describes (Constellation and Ares V) have already been cancelled by NASA. The docu also uses a lot of (for my taste) rather crude CGI while showing almost none of the Martian landscape footage taken by the various rovers. This is unfortunate as the actual footage has an innately epic quality that transcends whatever format it's in.


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