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Title: I now find the history of spaceflight much more interesting than any sci fi!
Post by: CmdrShep2154 on 27/09/2020 12:19:36
I usually enjoy sci fi like Mass Effect, Battlestar Galactica, Babylon 5, and The Expanse but thanks to this show on Apple called "For All Mankind" the real space race fascinates me much more than any sci fi universe could have.

While I enjoyed Star Trek Picard as a popcorn watch I must say that "For All Mankind" has been my favorite quarantine watch. Immediately after finishing FAM's first season I dived into movies like "The Right Stuff", "First Man", and "Apollo 13" as well as "Interstellar" and "The Martian".

Did the quarantine make astronaut stuff much more relatable? Or are my tastes maturing?

I am excited for the Fall! There is a lot of astronaut stuff coming up! Disney+ and Nat Geo's remake of "The Right Stuff", S2 of "For All Mankind", and Netflix's "Away".