James May On The Moon

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James May On The Moon
SBS  |  November 26, 2010

With his unique blend of energy and enquiry, James May takes an exhilarating look at the historic moon missions. Four decades ago, James sat in his family sitting room watching Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin take man's first steps on the moon. The subject has remained a fascination, and now he travels to America to meet three men who have walked on the moon, to discover how it felt and learn how 1960s technology managed to produce the most incredible machines in aviation history.

With his unique blend of energy and enquiry, James May takes an exhilarating look at the historic moon missions. Four decades ago, James sat in his family sitting room watching Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin take man's first steps on the moon. The subject has remained a fascination, and now he travels to America to meet three men who have walked on the moon, to discover how it felt and learn how 1960s technology managed to produce the most incredible machines in aviation history.

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