The comic adventures that befall a crew of astronauts assigned to a remote military space station.
Is there a secret program behind the technology of the Space Force? Are Navy Pilots engaging E.T. Craft, or is it one of Ours? Dr. Steven M. Greer reveals the secrets behind the cover-up of the False Narrative Alien Threat. Dr. Michael E. Sallapresents Explosive information in regards to the incredible out of this world technology that has been reversed engineered at a Secret Location in Palmdale CA. Is the New York Times retraction of statements made to "Off World Vehicles recovered Not Of This Earth" An attempt to Cover-Up the biggest Story Known To Mankind? Bob Lazar among others share there Insight to the Most Asked question "Are We Alone" Countdown To Disclosure Opens the Floodgates on information never heard before by the public until now! Buckle Up for a cutting Edge Documentary that will leave you believing we are not been told the truth.
On a future Earth, war between the Kingdom of Honneamise and its rival, The Republic, is inevitable. As evolving technology creates new ways to wage war, a small group seeks to propel mankind into space in their world’s first spaceflight program. For astronaut candidate Shirotsugh Lhadatt, it’s a personal odyssey as he grows from an aimless young man into a leader willing to put everything on the line in order to move the human race forward and away from the brink of Armageddon.
Man In Space features rare material we've run across over the last few years - material surrounding the Air Force manned space projects, including the X-20 Dyna-soar, Gemini B and the Manned Orbiting Laboratory. In addition to period documentaries and rare footage, you'll also find material surrounding other Air Force projects such as Manhigh and Excelsior.
Cut off from home and facing an impossible mission against mounting odds, "Deep Six" is a hyper-realistic live-action portrayal of a deep space forward operating base at a pivotal moment for humankind 250 years in our future.
A four-star general begrudgingly teams up with an eccentric scientist to get the U.S. military's newest agency — Space Force — ready for lift-off.
Starcom: The U.S. Space Force is an animated syndicated series in the 1980s that spawned a successful motorized toy line franchise in Europe and Asia for Mattel, despite its failures to succeed in its U.S. domestic market. The plot was based on the adventures of an American astronaut brigade as they fought off attempted invasions by Shadow Force, a nasty collection of aliens and robots led by the nefarious Emperor Dark. The show was developed with the help of the Young Astronauts’ Council with the original intention of sparking young viewers’ interest in the U.S. NASA Space Program. However, Starcom did not get much of a chance to make kids want to join the space program as it was cancelled off the air after one brief season. It was revived for a short run in the early 1990s, but no new episodes were aired. It was produced by DiC Enterprises and distributed by Access Syndication. The plot was classic Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers fare. The evil members of Shadow Force, led by Emperor Dark, were trying to take over the cosmos, and it was up to Starcom to stop them. Young hero Col. James “Dash” Derringer, an ace Starcom pilot, was the star of the series, and several of his teammates were family members. He was also backed up by the resourceful ace pilot John “Slim” Griffin, whose niece was yet another Starcom pilot. Other heroes on the Starcom side included Col. Paul “Crowbar” Corbin and Admiral Franklin Brinkley. The show had very high quality production, with top notch animation and relatively mature subject matter and dialog.