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In 1969, we reached the moon. Fifty years after Apollo 11, the half-hour special "Moonwalk" brings together outstanding voices in aerospace to share their journeys and to remember an unforgettable moment.
If you were growing up with Bryan Lunney in Friendswood, TX in the 1960s – you might think everyone’s dad helped get astronauts to the moon too. Bryan and Glynn Lunney share memories of the Apollo Era and NASA’s impact on their family.
The first female engineer in mission control, Poppy Northcutt, recalls open sexism upon her arrival in the 1960s. In this video, she returns to Johnson Space Center for another first: She meets a female leader in mission control.
Nearly one year later after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, Houstonians reflect on how the storm changed their lives – from the way they define community to how they envision their future and the future of Houston.