‘The Color of Space’: Watch NASA’s new documentary celebrating Black space explorers for Juneteenth – Space June 17, 2022 – Space Saturday June 18, 2022

I saw this recently on Space.com – ‘The Color of Space’: Watch NASA’s new documentary celebrating Black space explorers for Juneteenth: https://www.space.com/nasa-documentary-black-space-explorers-juneteenth/ Longer article.

By Elizabeth Howell June 17, 2002

The 50-minute video includes a joint conversation between seven current and former Black astronauts. It airs Sunday, June 19

A new NASA documentary featuring the achievements of numerous Black astronauts will premiere Sunday (June 19), during Juneteenth.

The 50-minute documentary, entitled “The Color Of Space,” will be available to watch starting at 12 p.m. EDT (1700 GMT). You can catch it in the video above, or on NASA TV, the NASA app, NASA social media channels, and the agency’s website(opens in new tab)

A free, in-person screening will also take place at Howard University in Washington on Saturday at 7 p.m. local time; details on registration and activities are available at this website.

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