Contains: 1. (Volume 1) - The Space Shuttle - In this critically-acclaimed documentary special from Discovery Channel, go behind the scenes of NASA's Space Shuttle program and witness the preparations and launch of the STS-59 Endeavour from 1994. Uncover the different responsibilities from the engineers, technicians, and directors who make space travel possible and explore the images taken from the mission including never-before-released footage. 2. (Volume 2) - Inside the Space Shuttle - From launch to landing, Inside the Space Shuttle takes you behind the scenes for a rare glimpse into NASA's world of high technology and go nose to nose with the world's most amazing flying machine. Columbia's Final Mission: 16 Days - Follow Space Shuttle Columbias 28th and fateful last mission with special focus on the crews daily activities in orbit as both astronauts and scientists. Using video recordings made with the on-board cameras, take a glimpse into the final days of these seven brave astronauts. Space Shuttle: Countdown to Comeback - In the wake of the Columbia tragedy in 2003, NASA scientists and engineers were consumed by a single desire, to get America's space program back on track. Count down to the STS-114 Discovery Shuttle that launched two years later. 3. (Volume 3) - Inside the Space Station - Follow the story of the construction of the International Space Station that took more than five years, involved the resources and cooperation of sixteen nations, and put to use the imagination of hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Space Station and Beyond - Get closer than ever to the space station experience and to the cutting edge of entertainment. Discover what has been accomplished and what lies ahead for this orbiting science laboratory. Mars: The Quest for Life - Explore the extraordinary mysteries of the Red Planet like never before by following teams from NASA and the University of Arizona as they prepare for the risky launch and journey of the Phoenix Lander. 4. (Volume 4) - Base Camp Moon - It is hard to believe that it has been more than 40 years since anyone has set foot on the Moon. NASAs latest mission plans for humans to stay on the Moon, as soon as they land on it, building a base camp where astronauts and scientists will live. Starship Orion: The Future of Space Travel - This episode showcases NASA's new space exploration vehicle, ORION, with which man will go back to the Moon; go on to Mars, and eventually take Astronauts beyond Earth orbit on to other worlds.