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Behind the Scenes of <em>The Farthest</em>

Director Emer Reynolds and Voyager Mission Engineer Frank Locatell join KCTS 9 to talk about the long lasting impact of the Voyager mission and filming a documentary set in space.

June 8, 2017

In the autumn of 1977, the twin Voyager space probes were launched into outer space, signifying one of the greatest achievements of space travel.

Director Emer Reynolds and Voyager Mission Engineer Frank Locatell join KCTS 9 to talk about the long-lasting impact of the Voyager missions, the difficulties of filming a documentary set in space and the sacred contents of the Voyager probes.


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