William Shatner Narrates Space Shuttle Documentary

Dan Coleman, Open Culture, Jul 08, 2011
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Today was the day of the last space shuttle lift-off. The end of the program marks the end of an era that has characterized pretty much my entire adult life - I remember where I was in university when Challenger exploded, where I was eight years ago when Columbia broke up over east Texas. And yes, I remember the Moon landing as well - I was ten years old. To me the space program has always represented what is best about humanity, a dedication to science and exploration, of expanding our horizons and finding our limits. William Shatner - who probably personifies this best - narrates this documentary on the space shuttle era. Also, the history of the space shuttle in pictures.
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