The next program of “Two sons of man“Shows astronaut Tracy Stevens’ amazing response when she finally gets to start another mission – and the technical problem that sustains it.
As can be seen in a preview cookie of the mid-season program that airs Friday (March 19), Stevens quietly jumps down the ladder of the lunar model and takes a good look at Jamestown, the foundation of NASA’s fictional moon. Rolled hills of a lunar regiment adorn the view. “This is beautiful,” Stevens says in surprise.
Another astronaut interrupts her reverie, holding a video camera to record the historic moment. “I don’t think he was recording,” her team laments.
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Stevens grips her public relations face, slyly. “Really?” she says in mild exasperation.
“Sorry, here they are gloves. We have to do it again “her team says. Trying to fill the awful silence, he’s pushing forward.” That was great, though. do it [again] so so. ”
We won’t see how Stevens reacts, but you can find the timeline program in turn on Apple TV. Without getting too far into the spoiler region, Season 2 has covered the fictional space program of the 1980s while NASA and the Soviet Union continue to compete in space.
For NASA, that competition in the show clearly involves continuous human lunar exploration – something the group actually stopped doing in 1972.
That said, the real NASA hopes to put boots on the moon soon with the Artemis program – although that is going to happen under suspicion as President Joe Biden’s new administration which has not been promised to former President Donald Trump’s timeline of landings in 2024.
Season 1 “For Humanity” and the first half of Season 2 are available on the Apple TV + streaming platform, which requires a subscription of $ 4.99 / month. We have too undamaged debate on what to expect in Q2, with a look at how it compares to the history of real-life space movement in the 1980s, courtesy of partner Space.com collectSPACE.
You can find out more (possibly with spoilers) about the new program by listening to “For man: The official Podcast, “now available on Apple Podcasts. Augmented reality experience called”For man: Time Capsule“also available in the App Store.
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