The 1960s was an exceptional time for the United States. Unburdened by post-war reparations, Americans were distracted with different advancements like NASA, the diversion changing space program that put Neil Armstrong on the moon. However it was space travelers like Eugene Cernan who cleared the uneven, risky way to lunar investigation. A test pilot who lived to court threat, he was selected alongside 14 other men in a cryptic procedure that saw them turn into the nearest of companions and foes. In this seriously aggressive environment, Cernan was one of just three men who was sent twice to the moon, with his second excursion likewise being NASA’s last lunar mission. As he glances back at what he cherished and lost amid the eight years in Houston, a superlatively astounding life rises into perspective. Chief Mark Craig creates a discreetly epic life story that joins the uncommon knowledge of the surviving previous space travelers with chronicled footage and powerful moonscapes.