Out of This World: Space Still Available

Discovery’s newest show, When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions, details 50 historic years in space with 100 hours of original NASA footage, much of it never seen before. The great news is that you can join an exclusive premier in New York, so get ready to soar.

DEN has a limited amount of seats for a private reception and screening on Tuesday evening, May 20. Premiere information and program description are provided below, compliments of Jannita Demian.

If you are interested in attending, YOU MUST RSVP BY CLICKING HERE. You are allowed to bring up to one guest…please no children allowed.If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Jannita_Demian@Discovery.com.
Event: WHEN WE LEFT EARTH: THE NASA MISSIONS
New York Reception and Screening

Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Venue: American Museum of Natural History
New York, NY

Time: 6:30 PM Reception begins
7:15 PM Screening: Episode 2: Gemini Program
8:30 PM Reception resumes
9:30 Evening concludes

Attire: Business attire

Program Description:

WHEN WE LEFT EARTH: THE NASA MISSIONS present the story of man’s greatest adventure, of man’s great ambition, and of man’s endeavors to go–quite literally–where no man had gone before. The series blends astonishing re-mastered archive–100 hours of original NASA footage–much of it never seen before, converted to HD. First hand testimony from the men and women who embarked on the greatest action adventure mankind has ever undertaken makes this series come alive with new meaning.SERIES PREMIERE: Sunday, June 8, 2008 at 9:00 PM (ET/PT)


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