The Space Race is back on! Larry McGlynn, Torie Lazaros and Cole Sommers are America's top space dealers – they hunt down and flip space kit and space hardware. Whether it's the pilot's seat from Gemini 12, an uneaten astronaut meal pack or the kit bag Buzz Aldrin took to the moon, if something's been to space it's worth BIG money. Every item they come across has a story – each one is a fascinating episode in the history of space exploration. And sometimes, there's a puzzle too: bits of space kit aren't always easy to identify. What did they do? These guys aren't just dealers, they're space detectives. Sometimes, to realise an item's true value, they have to find out where it was used, and how. So they have to speak to people in the know – real space engineers and designers, and occasionally, the heroes who played a part in actual space missions.
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Episode 1x6; Sep 11, 2017
The gang is at Kennedy Space Center for NASA's new exhibition, with guests including Buzz Aldrin, and competition is fierce to make the biggest sale.
1x6: The Showdown
1x5: Risk Taking, Money Making
1x4: Good Luck, Bad Luck
1x3: The Apollo Sale
1x2: Money Trouble
1x1: Dealers on a Mission
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