Multi-media moon site launched: Realscreen
Updated: Mar 17
International media company Sugar Films has partnered with engineering firm Draper on a new multimedia website commemorating the 1969 Moon landing, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Hack the Moon launched last month, offering a wealth of behind-the-scenes content revealing how NASA worked with Draper to successfully land a manned spacecraft on the Moon.
The site features interviews, archival images, historical documents, podcasts and over 150 videos and media content, including originally produced videos.
Additionally, global non-fiction SVOD service CuriosityStream will stream footage from the Hack the Moon site as part of the original Hack the Moon: Unsung Heroes of Apollo program, revealing the little-known stories of the engineers and scientists who made the first moon landing possible.