Join CNN's Chief Media Correspondent Brian Stelter for a behind the scenes look at the remarkable Apollo 11 mission. This podcast features new interviews with astronaut Michael Collins, author Margot Lee Shetterly and Apollo 11 film director Todd Douglas Miller. If you're a space nerd like us, join us for a very special 50th anniversary look at the moon landing...Apollo 11: Beyond the Moon.
How will BOEING, SpaceX and Virgin Galactic make space travel accessible to the rest of us? Brian attempts to answer these questions with the help of CNN Contributor and Space expert Miles O'Brien and CNN's Space Correspondent Rachel Crane.
The Apollo 11 mission was the first of its kind not only in the science field, but also for the media's ability to live broadcast history around the world. Brian speaks with CNN Space Correspondent Rachel Crane and historian Doug Brinkley about the unique media moment that was Apollo 11. Then, Brian discusses the birth of conspiracy theories following the moon-landing with writer Elizabeth Svoboda.
Brian speaks with JoAnn Morgan, the first female engineer at Cape Canaveral and the only woman present in launch control during the Apollo 11 mission. Then, Brian discusses the importance of the "human computers" at NASA with the author of Hidden Figures, Margot Lee Shetterly.
Join Brian in a special conversation with Michael Collins, the command module pilot of the Apollo 11 mission. Collins reveals new details about the mission and explains what it was like during his solo orbit of the moon.
Brian Stelter takes you behind the scenes of Apollo 11 with director Todd Douglas Miller. They discuss the unique archival footage used to create this award-winning film. Brian is also joined by Robert Pearlman and Stephen Slater who helped create the sound and visual effects used throughout Apollo 11.