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    • James May At The Edge Of Space

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      What is your ultimate dream? If you were given the opportunity to fulfill this dream, what would it mean to you? This inspiring documentary takes viewers on a galactic adventure with James May as he fulfills his life-long dream of becoming an astronaut. A dream shared by many from childhood through to adulthood, becoming an astronaut it the simplest of dreams to conquer.

      This British documentary James May at the Edge of Space originally aired on the BBC in 2009 as part of the 40th anniversary special of the revolutionary Apollo moon landing. The film also tied in with James May on the Moon, which debuted earlier the same day.

      Viewers are taken on James’ adventure as he undergoes three extensive days of training with the United States Air Force at the Beale Air Force Base. It is there he is taught how to use a spacesuit correctly and practices safety drills. When James’ training is fully complete he embarks on an adventure of a lifetime as he is taken on a three hour flight with instructor pilot Major Job “Cabi” Cabigas. His dreams are fulfilled as reaches an altitude of over 70,000 feet. This is an inspiring and interesting documentary for anyone who has a dream.

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      Published on October 11, 2009 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space
    • Jason

      Amazing. Thanks for this

    • very nice and the quality of the profesional behind this story, I am glad to watch this again

    • Dan Rayson

      Virgin had better get their act together. £500 and I'd go to space.

      Anyone for water fuelled rocket boosters? Find me a method for that and I'd pay billions.

    • Amir Bengali

      this is was good documentary!

    • ferdi

      ceu