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Don't miss the live chat for the new six part series When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions on The Discovery Channel! For the space program's 50th anniversary, NASA has unlocked it's vaults to reveal mission and training footage completely restored and remastered for this limited HD television experience. Now, viewers will have their chance to ask questions to Executive Producer, Bill Howard about the series, and the missions that took man into the unknown reaches of space for the first time in history. The live online chat will take place Saturday, June 14th @ 10 PM ET. Submit your questions now at: http://chat.liveworld.com/events/nasa/

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For those of you who want to watch the series....

Jun 14, 9:00 pm

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

Friends and Rivals

TV-G

Mercury astronauts launch pioneering missions into space. Project Gemini achieves first spacewalk and rendezvous. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 15, 1:00 am

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

Friends and Rivals

TV-G

Mercury astronauts launch pioneering missions into space. Project Gemini achieves first spacewalk and rendezvous. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 15, 9:00 pm

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

The Explorers

TV-PG

NASA rebounds from the Apollo 1 tragedy, with missions into deep space and landing twelve men on the moon. Skylab astronauts live in space. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 15, 11:00 pm

(60 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

Landing the Eagle

TV-PG

A fire kills three beloved astronauts. NASA rebounds, launching men into deep space and landing Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 16, 1:00 am

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

The Explorers

TV-PG

NASA rebounds from the Apollo 1 tragedy, with missions into deep space and landing twelve men on the moon. Skylab astronauts live in space. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 21, 9:00 pm

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

The Explorers

TV-PG

NASA rebounds from the Apollo 1 tragedy, with missions into deep space and landing twelve men on the moon. Skylab astronauts live in space. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 22, 1:00 am

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

The Explorers

TV-PG

NASA rebounds from the Apollo 1 tragedy, with missions into deep space and landing twelve men on the moon. Skylab astronauts live in space. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 22, 9:00 pm

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

Home In Space

TV-PG

A shuttle revolutionizes space travel, but tragedy strikes. Hubble needs rescue, and a space station paves the way back to the moon and Mars. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 22, 11:00 pm

(60 minutes)

R When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

The Shuttle

TV-PG

A shuttle revolutionizes space travel and a Gemini astronaut is the first to fly it. Tragedy again strikes NASA when the Challenger explodes. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA?s vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

Jun 23, 1:00 am

(120 minutes)

When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

Home In Space

TV-PG

A shuttle revolutionizes space travel, but tragedy strikes. Hubble needs rescue, and a space station paves the way back to the moon and Mars. Featuring newly re-mastered film from NASA's vault and told by the astronauts and engineers who were there.

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