In an alternative 1969, the world, and especially the United States, watch in shock as the Soviet Union successfully manages to land men on the Moon before the USA does. With that defeat, NASA is presented with a renewed challenge in the space race that they never expected to face. Now, the cold war rivalry takes on a new intensity and grander ambition to reach far further than ever dreamed and with more diverse resources than ever before.
Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
Did You Know?
The logotype and insignia of NASA are slightly different from the real ones. Respectively: the two A letters are closed on the red fonts, and the white orbit is reversed to right on the logo. See more
The gravity inside the Jamestown lunar base appears to be normal in that the characters are able to work around and handle objects in the same way they would on Earth, even though the force of gravity on the surface of the Moon lower than it is on the surface of the Earth. However, lunar gravity kicks in when the characters are outside the lunar base. See more
References For All Mankind