Men into Space

Season 1 Episode 23

Verdict In Orbit

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Mar 16, 1960 on CBS
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Verdict In Orbit
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Col. McCauley is aboard Space Station Astra supervising a scientist's analysis of the Venus probe results when he receives word that his son Pete was injured in ahit-and-run accident... and the driver is aboard Astra.

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    Peter Adams

    Peter Adams

    Dr. Arnold Rawdin

    Guest Star

    Tod Andrews

    Tod Andrews

    Lt. Col. Vern Driscoll

    Guest Star

    Norman duPont

    Norman duPont

    Sgt. Wilson

    Guest Star

    Joyce Taylor

    Joyce Taylor

    Mary McCauley

    Recurring Role

    Charles Herbert

    Charles Herbert

    Peter McCauley

    Recurring Role

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      • Narrator: The men who take up duty on Space Station Astra lead a life far removed from earth and home. They are like Antarctic explorers in Little America but with a difference. In Little America, except for radio contact and supply ships, the isolation is complete. Here on Astra, every few hours the men pass over their hometowns. This breeds a different kind of loneliness.

      • Driscoll;: Hey, look. Miami Beach. Nightclubs, girls, what are they?
        McCauley: Your wife will refresh your memory in about ten days.
        Driscoll: Thanks. How can I wait?

      • Rawdin: Here we are, thrusting out into space, clawing at the stars. And what can we offer in return?
        McCauley: The same drive, the same momentum that keeps us from standing still.
        Rawdin: Doesn't Man think better standing still?
        McCauley: Sure. Just to choose which is the best way forward.
        Rawdin: Well, maybe we haven't paused long enough.

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