"We Are The Explorers" Video Showcases Legacy Of Exploration, Future NASA Missions

Michael Braukus
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Josh Byerly
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“We Are The Explorers” Video Showcases Legacy Of Exploration, Future NASA Missions

HOUSTON — A new video constructed by NASA and narrated by actor Peter Cullen of “Transformers” celebrity celebrates humankind’s fundamental need to try by a past, benefaction and future.

“We Are a Explorers” shows how amiability constantly has reached for new heights, damaged new bounds and taken stairs that formerly were deliberate impossible. The video highlights NASA’s tradition of exploration, from a Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs, to a space convey and International Space Station. It looks forward to vehicles being built now that will take humans over than they ever have gone, including a new Orion organisation car and Space Launch System.

“NASA and a missions – historic, benefaction and destiny – have a ability to inspire,” pronounced NASA Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations Bill Gerstenmaier. “This video celebrates not usually a ancestral stairs we have done as an agency, though also a good journeys that wait us as we work a orbiting laboratory that is a International Space Station and build a vehicles required to enhance tellurian scrutiny over low-Earth orbit.”

The video is accessible to perspective on a accumulation of NASA and amicable media Web sites. It also can be openly used by teachers and students for educational purposes.

To perspective a video, visit:

http://go.nasa.gov/wearetheexplorers

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