Learn the history of the Mercury Seven in ‘The Right Stuff’ | How to watch, live stream, TV channel, time

The Right Stuff details the incredible story of America’s very first astronauts, the Mercury Seven, in its premiere on Disney+ today, Friday, October 9.

In 1959, a newly formed agency NASA was put up to the impossible task of catching up to the Soviet Union in the space race. By 1957, the Soviet Union had already launched the first artificial satellite into space, so NASA launched their search for America’s very first astronauts in an attempt to put the first manned aircraft into space.

Engineers estimated that getting the first man into space would take 10 years, but NASA was given just two years to complete the task. Project Mercury was set up to recruit these astronauts, and out of 508 of the top military pilots, just seven emerged to become the Mercury Seven.

In this new series, you’ll hear about a time when America thought our glory days were

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Documentary on Harrisburg University’s esports team to stream on Amazon Prime, Apple TV

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has one of the best esports teams in the country, and now they’re getting some cinematic love.

The Harrisburg Storm is the subject of a new 30-minute directory, which will be premiering at the PAX West Convention on Sept. 17 and streaming on Amazon Prime, Apple TV and Google Play afterwards.

“A Rising Storm: The Burgeoning World of College Esports” goes in-depth on the creation of the team, following them as they move up the ranks to become national champions two years in a row — the Harrisburg Storm won the ESPN National Overwatch Championships in 2019 and 2020. Cowboy Bear Ninja, a Harrisburg-based production company, made the movie, which was the creation of both Harrisburg University and Pavone Group.

The documentary will be premiering just as the 2020 HUE Invitational, the largest collegiate esports tournament in North America, begins. HUE is hosted by

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The 9 best superhero anime shows to stream online right now

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“Charlotte” is available to watch on Crunchyroll.
  • From spotting Stan Lee’s cameo in “Heroman” to keeping track of the complex plot twists in “Cyborg 009: Call of Justice,” the anime universe has something for every superhero fan.

  • Many of these shows subvert the superhero genre, using a smart mix of humour and pathos to explore ideas around justice, celebrity culture and what it means to be a hero.

  • These are the nine best superhero anime shows available to stream now on Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Amazon Prime.

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Note: Numerous titles drop off streaming services monthly, so the availability of titles below may change.

‘One-Punch Man’ sends up the superhero stereotype with humour and heart

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Saitama is an average salaryman with a dream to do good in the world.

He might not be gifted with extraordinary powers,

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