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To Be An Astronaut

bigImage Follow the exciting story of astronaut training as the entire NASA team prepares for the precise, intense drama of in-flight situations. From the emotional first phone call from NASA, through the rigors of training, to the vast expanses of space, the film is shot entirely on location and stars the men and women of the astronaut corps. Join them as they share the wonder and the deep personal reflections of what it means To Be An Astronaut.

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Available in 1570, 1070 and 870 (30 FPS). *Japanese version available with special prologue by Dr. Mukai. Distributor: National Geographic Giant Screen Films. Japanese Distributor: Cinema Japan Co., Ltd. Produced by Destination Cinema and Space Centre Houston. Produced and Directed by Bob Rogers. Executive Producers: Vance Ablott, Harold Stall. Associate Producer: Scott Swofford. Co-Producer: George Wiktor. Written by Bob Rogers, Jim Foster, Larry Sulkis. Director of Photography: Reed Smoot. Original Music by David Spear.

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