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A collection of the greatest space missions throughout the years with special insights and rare footage of the daily lives of astronauts and engineers that make up NASA. The NASA Collection is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (38 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 1995.

Where do I stream The NASA Collection online? The NASA Collection is available for streaming on Total Content Digital, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The NASA Collection on demand at Amazon Prime online.

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1 Season, 38 Episodes
January 1, 1995
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  • This film follows the NASA team that helped launch Gemini VIII, and includes footage of test flight simulations in real time.

  • This film follows the NASA team that helped launch Gemini VIII, and includes footage of test flight simulations in real time.

  • Around the World and in space, men and women from different nations are hard at work on one of the most important inventions of our time, a space laboratory known as the International Space Station. The station harbors the goal of improving quality of life on earth and life in space as well, creating a bridge to the future of human exploration.

  • Around the World and in space, men and women from different nations are hard at work on one of the most important inventions of our time, a space laboratory known as the International Space Station. The station harbors the goal of improving quality of life on earth and life in space as well, creating a bridge to the future of human exploration.

  • Skylab had been a successful mission. The large majority of scientific objectives were accomplished. But the mission was something more than routine. It gave a new meaning to the term, "manned spaceflight."

  • Skylab had been a successful mission. The large majority of scientific objectives were accomplished. But the mission was something more than routine. It gave a new meaning to the term, "manned spaceflight."

  • NASA flight crew of Mission 51 I shares their photos and results of the space flight with the public.

  • NASA flight crew of Mission 51 I shares their photos and results of the space flight with the public.

  • Project Mercury, the United States first manned space flight program was given the go ahead just one week after NASA was formed on October 1st, 1958. Seven test pilots were selected to become astronauts. Donald K. Slayto, Alan B. Shepard, Walter Schirra, Virgil Grissom, John Glenn Jr., Leroy Cooper, and Malcolm Carpenter.

  • Project Mercury, the United States first manned space flight program was given the go ahead just one week after NASA was formed on October 1st, 1958. Seven test pilots were selected to become astronauts. Donald K. Slayto, Alan B. Shepard, Walter Schirra, Virgil Grissom, John Glenn Jr., Leroy Cooper, and Malcolm Carpenter.

  • This film discusses the contributions to space exploration, in particular deep space research, of Goldstone Deep Space Communication antennas and their impact on exploring Mars and beyond.

  • This film discusses the contributions to space exploration, in particular deep space research, of Goldstone Deep Space Communication antennas and their impact on exploring Mars and beyond.

  • An in depth look at life on the Discovery, as the crew conducts retrievals of satellites in space.

  • An in depth look at life on the Discovery, as the crew conducts retrievals of satellites in space.

  • NASAs Hubble space telescope is a modern example of turning defeat into victory. When Hubble was launched, it was touted as the most advanced telescope of its kind, promising to bring the deepest reaches of the galaxy into sharp focus. But a problem in the telescope's primary mirror called spherical aberration forced astronomers to rethink their science goals.

  • NASAs Hubble space telescope is a modern example of turning defeat into victory. When Hubble was launched, it was touted as the most advanced telescope of its kind, promising to bring the deepest reaches of the galaxy into sharp focus. But a problem in the telescope's primary mirror called spherical aberration forced astronomers to rethink their science goals.

  • Dawn. Cape Canaveral, Florida. A captain aboard a new kind of ship about to sail on a new kind of ocean. The vast infinite Ocean of space. Man is going there. January 27, 1962, astronaut John Glenn will be rocketed aloft on the 109-D rocket.

  • Dawn. Cape Canaveral, Florida. A captain aboard a new kind of ship about to sail on a new kind of ocean. The vast infinite Ocean of space. Man is going there. January 27, 1962, astronaut John Glenn will be rocketed aloft on the 109-D rocket.

  • Mercury-Redstone 3, or Freedom 7, was the first United States human spaceflight, on May 5, 1961, piloted by astronaut Alan Shepard.

  • Mercury-Redstone 3, or Freedom 7, was the first United States human spaceflight, on May 5, 1961, piloted by astronaut Alan Shepard.

  • The following film discusses the of the January 1986 51-L Space Shuttle Mission. Produced by the Photo and TV Support Team of the 51-L and Design Analysis Task Force's activities and findings. The film provides a concise, technical explanation of the cause of the Challenger accident.

  • The following film discusses the of the January 1986 51-L Space Shuttle Mission. Produced by the Photo and TV Support Team of the 51-L and Design Analysis Task Force's activities and findings. The film provides a concise, technical explanation of the cause of the Challenger accident.

  • December 6th, 1972, Eugene Cernan, veteran astronaut and commander of Apollo 17, would be the last apollo astronaut to stand on the surface of the moon. Dr. Harrison Schmidt would be the first geologist to set food on an alien World. Ronald Evans, command module pilot, would remain in lunar orbit operating a battery of experiments that would take this last close look at the moon.

  • December 6th, 1972, Eugene Cernan, veteran astronaut and commander of Apollo 17, would be the last apollo astronaut to stand on the surface of the moon. Dr. Harrison Schmidt would be the first geologist to set food on an alien World. Ronald Evans, command module pilot, would remain in lunar orbit operating a battery of experiments that would take this last close look at the moon.

  • April 16th, 1972, Apollo 16 mans fifth lunar landing sat silently on the pad awaiting its mission. Inside the astronaut quarters, its relaxed crew ate Sunday breakfast. John Young, a veteran of 3 previous space flights. Ken Mattingly, command module pilot, who would conduct orbital experiments around the moon. While Charles Duke explores the lunar surface with Young.

  • April 16th, 1972, Apollo 16 mans fifth lunar landing sat silently on the pad awaiting its mission. Inside the astronaut quarters, its relaxed crew ate Sunday breakfast. John Young, a veteran of 3 previous space flights. Ken Mattingly, command module pilot, who would conduct orbital experiments around the moon. While Charles Duke explores the lunar surface with Young.

  • Five miles above the moon, Dave Scott and Jim Irwin looked out the window of their lunar module down toward Al Worden in the command module, which had completed its separation maneuver. Beneath them the 15, 000 foot steep of the lunar Apennine mountain. Soon they would fly low over those steeps on their way to a landing in a little valley in the mountains of the Moon.

  • Five miles above the moon, Dave Scott and Jim Irwin looked out the window of their lunar module down toward Al Worden in the command module, which had completed its separation maneuver. Beneath them the 15, 000 foot steep of the lunar Apennine mountain. Soon they would fly low over those steeps on their way to a landing in a little valley in the mountains of the Moon.

  • April 13th, 1970, the mood could only be described as relaxed. Apollo 13, man's 5th lunar mission, the 3rd scheduled to land on the moon, continued its tranquil coast.

  • April 13th, 1970, the mood could only be described as relaxed. Apollo 13, man's 5th lunar mission, the 3rd scheduled to land on the moon, continued its tranquil coast.

  • On Sunday, July 20th, 1969, around the World, nearly 1 Billion people watched this event on television, as the first man from Earth prepared to set foot upon the moon. "One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind."

  • On Sunday, July 20th, 1969, around the World, nearly 1 Billion people watched this event on television, as the first man from Earth prepared to set foot upon the moon. "One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind."

  • Mid July 1975, an American Apollo spacecraft and a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft, prepare to join an Earth orbit, 140 miles above the Atlantic near Portugal. A time during which differences in language, technology, and political creed were set aside. This was the mission that opened the door for international manned spaceflight. A mission that would set the course for joint flights of the future.

  • Mid July 1975, an American Apollo spacecraft and a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft, prepare to join an Earth orbit, 140 miles above the Atlantic near Portugal. A time during which differences in language, technology, and political creed were set aside. This was the mission that opened the door for international manned spaceflight. A mission that would set the course for joint flights of the future.