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Neil Armstrong to anchor NASA documentary

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First moonwalker Neil Armstrong

WASHINGTON (BNS): On the occasion of its golden anniversary, NASA is premiering a documentary on NASA Television's Public and Education channels on Wednesday, at 9 pm EDT. The documentary is titled ‘50 Years of Exploration: The Golden Anniversary of NASA’.

Neil Armstrong hosts the 90-minute documentary that features film and video highlights of the agency's first half-century. Included in the documentary are insights and perspectives from astronauts, scientists, engineers and others whose contributions have helped shepherd America's space programme.

Among those who feature in the documentary, include NASA astronaut and US Senator John Glenn, Apollo Flight Director Gene Kranz, author Ray Bradbury, NASA scientist and Nobel Prize winner John Mather, and Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

The documentary is NASA TV production and will be re-broadcast on NASA TV's Public and Education channels at 1, 5 and 9 pm EDT on both Thursday and Friday.

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