Television: The 40th Floor

At one point. Colonel John Glenn sounds like a fly-now-pay-later salesman pushing a ten-day, round-trip excursion. "You can launch on Tuesday and be home by the end of the following week." he says amiably. What is the destination? The moon, of course. 60 Hours to the Moon, to be shown this Sunday over ABC-TV, is an excellently documented summary of U.S. plans for space exploration, produced by ABC News and built around excerpts from a six-hour interview between Glenn and ABC News Science Editor Jules Bergman. Well worth the attention of viewers of any age, the program was...

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