Apple takes us for a tour of NASA's Jamestown Base from For All Mankind
What you need to know
- Apple has posted a tour of Jamestown Base from For All Mankind.
- The tour is hosted by astronaut Garrett Reisman.
- Reisman shows how the technology of the era could have built such a base.
While the first season of For All Mankind may be over, it doesn't mean we have to wait until season two for more awesome space content. Apple has posted a new video to the Apple TV YouTube channel that takes viewers on a tour of Jamestown Base, the United States' permanent outpost on the moon in the series.
The tour is hosted by astronaut Garrett Reisman and shows off how the technology of the Apollo era could have been used to build such a base.
Reisman closes the video by asking us to imagine how a base with today's technology might look, and that living on the moon may not be as far off as we think.
You can watch the full walkthrough video below:
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