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Space Shuttle Atlantis launches from Cape Canaveral on its final mission to the International Space Station.
Space Shuttle Atlantis launches from Cape Canaveral on its final mission to the International Space Station.
Engineers work on the finishing touches of Orion, before its first test launch in late 2014.
Engineers work on the finishing touches of Orion, before its first test launch in late 2014.
CGI depicts Orion above the Space Launch System, in the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
CGI depicts Orion above the Space Launch System, in the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Mars.
Mars.
– CGI depicts Orion, atop the Space Launch System, blasting off from Cape Canaveral, FL.
– CGI depicts Orion, atop the Space Launch System, blasting off from Cape Canaveral, FL.
CGI depicts Orion above Earth, shortly after liftoff.
CGI depicts Orion above Earth, shortly after liftoff.
CGI depicts a spacecraft transporting humans to the Red Planet.
CGI depicts a spacecraft transporting humans to the Red Planet.
CGI depicts a lander craft making its way through the Martian atmosphere, visualizing what it will take for humans to one day walk on the Red Planet.
CGI depicts a lander craft making its way through the Martian atmosphere, visualizing what it will take for humans to one day walk on the Red Planet.

Through visually stunning imagery, and in collaboration with leading space experts, Journey To Space showcases the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on to take humans further into space than ever before. The film calls attention to the reality that the space program did not die with the end of the shuttle program in 2011. It is vibrantly alive.

“No longer science fiction, a human mission to Mars is in the planning stages, and major steps are being taken to make it a reality within a generation,” said Bob Kresser, CEO of K2 Films “Our goal in making this film was to tie together the actual hardware being built with the tremendous planning underway that will make the next steps in space exploration the most far-reaching in our history.”

Journey To Space gives a sweeping overview of past space accomplishments, current activities and future plans. Those future plans include challenging, audacious missions, such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteroids.

  • Meet astronaut Chris Ferguson, Commander of the final shuttle mission, and Serena Aunon, a new astronaut selected for future flights.
  • See how the International Space Station was assembled and learn how it has taught us to live, build and conduct science in space.
  • Discover how astronauts will actually get to Mars, live there, and then return home after a two-and-a-half-year mission.

Journey To Space will both inspire a new generation to dream of a future in space and engender a new appreciation for the accomplishments of the Space Shuttle Program. The film provides a timely review of how NASA has been transitioning from the end of the Space Shuttle Era to a much more ambitious future that will forever change how we live and operate in space as a species. 

Narrated by Patrick Stewart.

 

 

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