Today, although a cloud of satellites surrounds the planet, many records set during the early decades of space exploration remain unsurpassed. It’s more than forty years since the last man walked on the moon and the world no longer has a
Today, space exploration has made tremendous strides since its beginnings in the 1950s. The world is surrounded by a cloud of satellites, and many records set during the early decades remain unsurpassed. It has been over four decades since the last man walked on the moon, and no reusable spacecraft exists today that can take us back there.
The documentary Trajectory takes a closer look at some of these milestones in space exploration, as well as the latest scientific and commercial developments in the field. We learn about Cold War rivalry and how this accelerated the progress of space exploration; how Hubble Space Telescope was serviced for its final mission before reaching its destination; how NASA managed to launch a spacecraft to rendezvous with a comet; and how experts are constantly monitoring orbital debris for safety reasons.
It’s a fascinating insight into humanity’s journey into space, one that continues to inspire further exploration of our universe. With up-to-date information on missions both past and present, Trajectory is an informative resource for anyone interested in knowing more about the ongoing efforts to push our boundaries in outer space.
Trajectory provides an exciting look into our past successes and current technology and research within space exploration.