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|James May on the Moon|
|Directed by||Paul King|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Executive producer(s)||Aidan Laverty|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original network||BBC Two|
|Original release||21 June 2009|
James May on the Moon is a British documentary in which James May commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Apollo Moon landings. It was first aired on BBC Two on 21 June 2009 and on 10 November 2009 on BBC America in the United States.
As a passenger in a Lockheed U-2 spy plane, May flies to the stratosphere with his instructor pilot, Major John "Cabi" Cabigas, where they are able to view the curvature of the Earth and the atmosphere. His training for this was shown in the BBC Four documentary James May at the Edge of Space.
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