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A spectacular, ground-breaking TV event, presented by Dermot O'Leary broadcast live from the International Space Station and Mission Control in Houston. With unique access to the International Space Station, Live From Space follows the day-to-day life of three astronauts, Rick Mastracchio, Koichi Wakata, and Mike Hopkins, who have been living and working, whilst orbiting 250 miles above the earth. Here for the first time, filmed by themselves and in their own words, is the incredible story of their out-of-this-world experiences of living in space. From eating, sleeping and science experiments to the life-threatening consequences of a broken valve on the ISS. Share an unrivalled astronaut's eye view of the earth as they see it from their privileged vantage point whilst orbiting at 17,500mph. With specially shot behind the scenes footage featuring the work of NASA's Mission Control in Houston, combined with unseen images from spacewalks and candid first-hand testimony, Live From Space explores what happens when missions go wrong and the importance of the ground team respond to keep the astronauts safe in space. Packed with over 20 minutes of bonus footage including behind the scenes at NASA's food labs and what life is really like aboard the space station!
|Audio||English Stereo 2.0, English 5.1|
|Director||Pete Woods, Janice Sutherland, Ron De Moraes, Sid Bennett|
|HOH (Hard of Hearing)||Yes|
|Year Of Release||2014|