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    Default 'Apollo 11' takes nostalgic but chilly flight back in time



    From CNN:

    https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/01/enter...iew/index.html

    I had not heard of this new documentary. Has anyone here had an opportunity to see it?

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    I have not seen it but surely I will check it out.
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    Default Re: 'Apollo 11' takes nostalgic but chilly flight back in time

    CBS Good Morning America did a short on the history of documentaries this past Sunday...and also discussed a couple of new ones including Apollo 11. Sounds like a must see!!

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    Watched it today. I really amazing stuff even to someone not born at the time.

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    Default Re: 'Apollo 11' takes nostalgic but chilly flight back in time

    Finally got a chance to view it! Lots of great...never before seen...images and video!!

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