Return to Space | Official Trailer | Netflix

Offering rare inside access to NASA and SpaceX, this is the thrilling story of the nearly 20 year journey to send American astronauts back to space aboard U.S. rockets, from Oscar-winning filmmakers Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin (Free Solo, The Rescue).


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Return to Space | Official Trailer | Netflix

Elon Musk and SpaceX engineers embark on a historic mission to return NASA astronauts to the International Space Station and revolutionize space travel.

26 replies
  1. Brian Ayub
    Brian Ayub says:

    I am happy to be alive in this age to witness such milestones made by earth's inhabitants. I pray God will give me the chance to be alive and witness as set ground on mars.

  2. Tan Wei
    Tan Wei says:

    What amazed me are the past astronauts that actually renounced the tech that once put them to space. Where are their hope and imagination? Guess it is time for them to retire and stay obsolete. The future only prepares for the courageous, not the skeptics. Every change brings new lives, and change is not just necessary, but inevitable for the continual of mankind.

  3. Tommy Kincaid
    Tommy Kincaid says:

    Elon Musk is such a great example of how someone with Asperger's doesn't suffer from it they thrive from it. It's such a misunderstood condition, their mind works in ways that normal people like myself just can't understand. How does Elon Musk run SpaceX, Tesla and now by the way Twitter. I have a hard time getting out of bed without hitting snooze three times and this guy is l latching rockets into space and then landing them back exactly where they were originally launched from. I think that's enough said!

  4. Bruce Merrill
    Bruce Merrill says:

    I kinda cracked up and felt my age when the guy goes "I remember exactly where I was when Challenger exploded" which was his 5th grade class – because I remember exactly where I was when Apollo I happened!? I was just 8yo but remember it clearly as we were all up in Claremont San Diego having dinner at my Aunt Shirley's military housing home while her husband my Uncle George was abroad flying medivac helicopters in Vietnam.

  5. Arvind Pal Singh
    Arvind Pal Singh says:

    so what have you achieved dear Elon after burning billions of dollars that could have fed the poor? Make a rocket stand back again. Wow! And what discoveries have you made about the unknown that we did not know? Im sure you made your guinea pig astronauts realise what matters the most to them is their family and that Earth is the most beautiful place in space. What an achievement. Kudos!!

  6. Tam Trinh
    Tam Trinh says:

    well, to be honest, going to mars is inspiring, but it's also like a solution which worse than the problem it going to solve. Think about it, a world war, an asteroid will take years for the earth to recover, but colonize Mars takes like infinite. This project is just as crazy as everything going in the world right now. LOL

  7. Haripazha
    Haripazha says:

    I imagine what if elon is gone, how we can make sure the next ceo will not ruined the amazing vision of spacex? Or another tim cooks destroying apples vision created by steve jobs?


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