Steps to the Moon

1h. 12min.
Poster of Steps to the Moon

Steps to the Moon


Before astronauts could communicate and navigate in space, the technology had to be developed. Collins Radio, based in the heartland of America, was at the forefront of this research and science. The premiere of the new documentary, “Steps To The Moon,” will be presented May 5, on the 60th anniversary of the launch of the first American, Alan Shepard, into space. Hear founder Arthur Collins and his engineers describe their historic advancements in communication, navigation and tracking technology. The documentary was produced by the Arthur A. Collins Legacy Assoc. in conjunction with Busbee Communications and Wired Production Group.

This film is a prequel to the two documentaries that were screened in Dec 2018 (Moon Talk) and July 2019 (Live From the Moon) and completes this documentary series: The Collins Story; Connecting the Earth to the Moon.

ABOUT SEATING: Special event seating will be GENERAL ADMISSION, not reserved seating. Masks will be required if you aren't able to adequately distance from others. There is about 7 feet to the next row, but less than 6 feet to the seat to your side.
Admission is technically "free", however, there will be a $1 service charge to cover ticketing costs. This will be indicated as a $0.00 ticket with $1 fee. To speed admission, please try to bring your online ticket either printed or on your phone with you when you come.


Program, Documentary
1h. 12min.
Opened Wednesday, May 5th


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