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Bethesda's latest major game, Starfield, is finally out. Starfield sees you join Constellation, the last group of space explorers who are trying to discover the purpose of alien artifacts. This is the real history behind Starfield and of space exploration.
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While Starfield takes place in the far future, long after Humans have become a space-faring civilization, the game does take some inspiration from the real history of space exploration. Leading up to the release of Starfield, Bethesda stated the game was inspired by the US and USSR Space Race - which lead to the famous Mercury and Apollo space missions.

The team has described Starfield's aesthetic as "Nasa-Punk", inspired by the real NASA designs of the space-race era, with various space suits from Starfield bearing a resemblance to the Apollo era space suits. In this episode of The Real History Of, host Dave Klein dives deep into the full history of Space Exploration, where we're at today, and what the future currently looks like. This is The Real History of Starfield.

TimeStamps:
0:00 - Intro
0:36 - Roman Times and the Renaissance
2:05 - Science Fiction popularizing Space Travel
2:33 - The Fathers of Rocketry
5:40 - World War II
6:28 - The Cold War
8:49 - The Space Race and Sputnik
9:56 - 1958 to 1959
10:32 - The Mercury Seven
11:25 - Launching Animals into Space
12:30 - The First Man in Space
13:24 - Alan B. Shepard
14:28 - Space Walking
14:50 - Sending a man to the moon
15:35 - Project Gemini
16:36 - A series of disasters
17:17 - Apollo Training
18:45 - Apollo 11
20:57 - Space Stations
22:34 - Mars Rovers
22:47 - SpaceX and privatized space travel
23:06 - The future of Space Travel
23:42 - What's Next?

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