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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Positive messages about scientific innovation and problem solving.
Positive Role Models
Subjects show knowledge, ingenuity, and resourcefulness.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Destination: Moon is a documentary that looks at the present and future of space travel. Episodes are between 8 and 15 minutes long, and take a mostly scientific perspective, discussing the practical steps it will take to make space travel more commonplace and available to more people. For viewers interested the highly publicized prospective space voyages of Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, or Elon Musk, Destination: Moon provides a thorough primer for the practical side of those journeys.
Is It Any Good?
Commercial space travel seems closer than ever, which is why it's a good time to try to understand the practical, technical, and scientific forces behind that. Destination: Moon takes an in depth look at the lesser-publicized side of commercial space travel, identifying potential hurdles to it and imagining solutions. The downside is that the documentaries are very dry and straightforward, making them strictly for those with a specific interest in the subject.
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