“In a sheep pasture outside the little town of Parkes in New South Wales stands the pride and joy of Australian astronomy, a radio telescope the size of a football field. Most days it eavesdrops on the stars. In 1969, it gets a momentous assignment: relaying the television signals from the moon that will show Neil Armstrong’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Roger Ebert.
Screening from 35mm film print. Print from National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra. Rights from Roadshow Entertainment.
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