Among the Stars 2021 Tv Series Review
NASA astronaut Captain Chris Cassidy as he embarks on one last mission. Through intimate footage, personal video diaries and livestream footage — stationed both on Earth and in space — viewers are given a first look at the critically important team of engineers, flight controllers and specialists who take on these dangerous and awe-inspiring missions for the greater good.
This week, Disney+ introduced a new series, Among The Stars, hitting the platform on October 6. With all episodes set to debut on the same day, the show will focus on the final mission of NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and the space agency’s work to repair AMS – the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, a device which “aims to reveal the origins of the universe.”
Through intimate footage, personal video diaries and live stream footage — stationed both on Earth and in space — viewers are given a first look at the critically important team of engineers, flight controllers, and specialists who take on these dangerous and awe-inspiring missions for the greater good.
The show looks to bridge the gap between NASA’s space shuttle program and the future of the agency. With an inside look at the lives of astronauts and scientists from around the globe, cameras received unparalleled access to space-centric installations worldwide.
[F]rom NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston to the European Space Agency in Cologne to the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency outside of Tokyo and the Russian Space Agency in Star City – viewers are transported around the world as they follow Captain Cassidy in his training to depart to the International Space Station,” explained a Disney+ release. “With his team on the ground and under immense pressure to finalize everything, his last mission quickly becomes uncertain as the world goes into lockdown from COVID-19.”