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Hail Columbia! (DVD)
Journey behind the scenes for the thrilling maiden voyage of the world's first space shuttle.]]>
Board the mighty shuttle Columbia for its maiden voyage. Experience one of humankind's crowning achievements: the inaugural voyage of the world's first space shuttle. Hail Columbia! goes behind the scenes with astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen as they prepare for their historic launch. Feel the thunderous liftoff and our heroes' awe as Columbia achieves orbit for the first time. Join the celebration as the shuttle triumphantly touches down, mission accomplished.
Hail Columbia is an excellent movie. If you have good speakers it makes it even better.Published 2 months ago by nolan4
Great look into the history of the NASA Shuttle Program
I have seen this screened in OMNIMAX/IMAX Dome last year as well as on this DVD (Please release it on Blu-ray! Read more
excellent presentation -- a must-see. Great production values, informative and exciting. One of the best IMAX films ever made. Most highly recommended.Published 24 months ago by Sandy Mosteller
As one who was involved with the Shuttle program, this video was "as good as it can get".
Great footage, good perspective, and the right perspective. Read more
In many ways, the first launch of the new Space Shuttle was one of the riskiest things NASA did. Unlike earlier manned spacecraft, the Space Shuttle had no prior unmanned test... Read morePublished on February 18, 2011 by Andrew Collins
I bought this DVD because ever since the mid 80's when Challenger's flights began to take the spotlight, I realized that Columbia was something special. Read morePublished on June 5, 2008 by R. Adams
Concur with most of the other reviewers. If you look at this as an IMAX movie you'll be disappointed. Read morePublished on November 18, 2007 by Charles P. Kalina
Just bought this for my kids and was very disappointed. The video and audio quality overall is poor. Very little footage of the the shuttle itself. Read morePublished on July 27, 2005 by ca2434