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Men into Space

Season 1 Episode 28

Voice Of Infinity

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Apr 20, 1960 on CBS
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Voice Of Infinity
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A physician comes to Space Station Astra with equipment to show where man's ability to overcome ends. But Astra is soon endangered and McCauley will have to overcome his limits if he hopes to save his crew.

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    Myron Healey

    Myron Healey

    Maj. Steve Hawkes

    Guest Star

    Charles Cooper

    Charles Cooper

    Dr. Thomas Ward

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    Ralph Taeger

    Ralph Taeger

    Cpl. Fred Jones

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      • Narrator: The age of the conquest of space will be an age of men and machines probing far beyond our earth. And just as some machines will probe deeply into space, others will probe the men who will travel in space. Yet put to the ultimate test, no amount of machinery will ever be able to determine the measure of a man's inner strength. For within each of us, there is a voice of infinity.

      • Hawkes: Nevertheless, I say you should wear the transducers. And if my instruments indicate you've reached a critical physiological or psychological level, you'll be asked to stop work.
        Dr. Ward: Scientific research, if it's to mean anything, requires freedom, imagination, even inspiration. Qualities that are often born from the same physical and mental tensions that you fear. Now mistakes, or accidents if you prefer, have a way of turning out profitably.

      • McCauley: Major, I'm sure that your work up here is of extreme importance as long as it remains within the proper perspective. We can't underestimate the human mechanism. I've seen men whom you would consider in the critical zone call on some inner strength to see them through, something that your equipment can't measure.
        Hawkes: Such times are too rare to worry about.
        McCauley: It's been said that within every man there's, uh, a voice of infinity.
        Hawkes: Perhaps, sir. But with my instruments, I know almost as much about a man as his Creator.

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