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We thought it'd be really fun this morning to share with you a sneak peek of just one of our upcoming shows from Ron Moore The executive producer behind Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek.
With his new series, Ron wanted to take us on a journey in which the space race was a little different than you might remember it.
And it has never ended.
So let's take a first look And for all mankind.
I believe that this nation should commit itself.
The landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth.
After thousands of years gazing up in the heavens and dreaming of this day, a man is about to set foot on the moon.
Across the world people waited with bated breath.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is a live signal.
[SOUND] There he is.
[SOUND] Shock across the nation at this event is just indescribable.
And Soviet cosmonaut has become the first to set foot on the moon.
"Thought it was about being first, turns out the stakes are much bigger than that."
"Get back to work"
"We're still in this thing."
"Change of plans gentlemen"
"There is water on the moon."
"This race will be ours to fight for and to win." [INAUDIBLE] and we are not stopping there.
Moon lab, we need to accelerate the base.
You're going to be an astronaut candidate.
No, I'm going to be an astronaut.
We're going to Mars, Saturn, stars, the galaxy.
[INAUDIBLE] [UNKNOWN] this is Houston do you copy?
This is not the end of the race.
We must keep our eyes to the future.
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