Nacogdoches - My Hometown; the day the sky fell

Nacogdoches - My Hometown; the day the sky fell is about the Space Shuttle Columbia breaking up over East Texas and how the city, county, and Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas came together to lead the country for 13 days to coordinate the recovery of Space Shuttle Columbia and her crew.
 
The documentary is being released in 7 chapters over 7 months in memory of the 7 astronauts.  It took 7 years to complete the project after principal photography ended in 2004.
 
Directed by Annie Carr, Original Music Composed by Meg Beatty.
 
Produced by Durango Digital Entertainment, Annie Carr, Dr. Barbara Carr, and Meg Beatty
 
Released by Friendly State Studios.
 
 
 
Part I Features the City of Nacogdoches, the County of Nacogdoches, Stephen F. Austin State University, Jaimie Wolfe, Marilyn Stewart, Dorene Schuyler, Ruth Ann Peterson, Eiriel, Crystal Ball, John Allen, Jeff Williams, Tony Jasso, Peggy Jasso, Steve Johnson, Tommy Ellison, Mike Kelly, Greg Sowell, Sheriff Thomas Kerss, Judge Sue Kennedy, Dr. James Kroll, and Space Shuttle Columbia debris and artifacts. 
 

Nacogdoches: The Day the Sky Fell part 1

 
 
 
 
Part II features the City of Nacogdoches, the County of Nacogdoches, Stephen F. Austin State University, Dr. James Kroll, P.R. Blackwell, Jeff Williams, Bill Gardner, Tread Riggs, Greg Fuselier, Tony Jasso, Peggy Jasso, Nacogdoches County Citizens, Aubrey Hooper, Christina Dewitt, Ben Taylor, David Quinn, Renee Lawson, Meghan Vaughan, Cindy Sestak, Kari Schuyler -- Wright, Vicky Schuyler -- Fears, Dorene Schuyler, Steve Johnson, and Space Shuttle Columbia debris and artifacts.

 

Nacogdoches: The Day the Sky Fell part 2