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

Michael Braukus
Headquarters, Washington                                   

Josh Byerly
Johnson Space Center, Houston


“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.

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