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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Apr. 05, 1998
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
HBO TV Network

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From the Earth to the Moon

Through dramatization, this series relates the story of the conquest of the moon by the Americans, from the Mercury and Gemini projects to the legendary Apollo missions.

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TV Special: Extra Featurette Aired: May. 17, 1998

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Completed/Ended
The show had 1 season and 14 episodes air in 1998.

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  • Goof (anachronisms): In several episodes, all set in the 1960's, Western Electric telephone handsets with modular cords are seen. Modular connectors were patented in 1973 and did not appear…
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    Goof (anachronisms): In several episodes, all set in the 1960's, Western Electric telephone handsets with modular cords are seen. Modular connectors were patented in 1973 and did not appear on Bell System equipment until 1975.
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  • Goof (errors in geography): When Armstrong is training in the LEM landing simulator at Ellington Field near Houston Texas, mountains are visible in the background in one scene. Ellington…
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    Goof (errors in geography): When Armstrong is training in the LEM landing simulator at Ellington Field near Houston Texas, mountains are visible in the background in one scene. Ellington Field is at 32 feet MSL (Mean Sea Level) and there are no mountains or even large hills in that area.
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  • Goof (continuity error): In Part 10, "Galileo Was Right", Astronauts Scott and Irwin were attempting to pull the drill out from the lunar surface. The drill was shown to be at the height of…
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    Goof (continuity error): In Part 10, "Galileo Was Right", Astronauts Scott and Irwin were attempting to pull the drill out from the lunar surface. The drill was shown to be at the height of the astronauts' chests. When the shot returns to mission control, archived footage shows the drill to be at the height of the astronauts' heads.
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