Todd Douglas Miller

Documentary filmmaker, director of ‘Apollo 11’

Documentary filmmaker, director of ‘Apollo 11’

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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said this week that the agency will put humans on the moon again by 2028; and that this time, “we will stay.”

‘Apollo 11’ features new footage of the 1969 moon landing mission

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said this week that the agency will put humans on the moon again by 2028; and that this time, “we will stay.”

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Early in the new documentary ‘ Apollo 11 ,’ we see stunning footage of astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins suiting up, just hours before they launched into…

Director Todd Douglas Miller on ‘Apollo 11’

Early in the new documentary ‘ Apollo 11 ,’ we see stunning footage of astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins suiting up, just hours before they launched into…

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