resources | featurette series: Explorers

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On the digital featurette series Explorers: NASA researchers dive deep into the science of Earth’s north + south poles.


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On the digital featurette series Explorers: NASA researchers see icebergs beneath the surface.


— featurette series —

production: NASA
series title: Explorers
seasons: 1 + 2


— introduction —

It’s not rockets and satellites that make NASA soar. It’s people. NASA Explorers is a new digital series that takes you inside the space agency and follows the pioneers, risk-takers, and experts at the frontline of exploration.


season 1 |

series title: Explorers
season title: cryosphere
year: 2018

— summary —

NASA Explorers: crysophere series joins NASA scientists on their journey to the frozen ends of Earth as they study our rapidly changing world from satellites, airplanes, and boots on the ground. | trailer


watchepisode 1 • the big thaw
watchepisode 2 • the snow below
watch — episode 3 • ice odyssey
watch — episode 4 • glacial pace
watch — episode 5 • frozen world
watch — episode 6 • high mountain glaciers
watch — episode 7 • perma-frost
watch — episode 8 • the launch
watch — episode 9 • final approach
watch — episode 10 • flying Alaskan
watch — episode 11 • cryo kids


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season 2 |

series title: Explorers
season title: Apollo
year: 2019

— summary —

NASA Explorers: Apollo series looks at Earth’s moon and the people who explore it. During the Apollo program, the moon became a part of the human domain. 12 astronauts walked on the lunar surface, conducted research there and collected moon rocks to bring back for study.

50 years after humanity’s first steps on the moon, today’s lunar scientists are searching for answers to the big questions: How did the moon form? How did our solar system evolve? Did the moon help life on Earth get its start?


watch — episode 1 • giant leaps
watchepisode 2 • the family moon business
watch — episode 3 • moon girl
watch — episode 4 • moon detective
watch — episode 5 • Apollo story round-up


on the web | pages

NASA | home
NASA | Explorers series: Apollo
NASA | YouTube channel


— featurette series —

production: NASA
special exhibit: Apollo 50 • the next giant leap
about: 50th anniversary of first moon landing
series title: NASA’s look at 50 years of Apollo
season: no. 1
year: 2019

featurette series | watch


— notes —

NASA = National Aeronautics + Space Admin. • United States


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deck: from: NASA
year: 2019
section: daily blog

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