Tampa, FL (PressExposure) October 07, 2008 -- This unique date on the calendar, 10-9-8, sets the tone for new website launched today. Tplus40.com features a countdown clock to mark the time that Apollo 11 lifted off for the moon in 1969. Tampa video production company CMR Studios is also starting production on a documentary series of the same name that will have a different perspective than the many already done.
Written and produced by Mike Weber, the series "T Plus 40" will be the first to explore the historic locations that were at the starting line of the space race and compare well known archive footage with the present day. Weber said "The ten years that lead up to landing on the moon brought an evolution of technology like none other in history. It was a very different time and where it all happened hasn't been seen by many people. This is our chance to create a valuable archive of the people, stories and places that were at the pinnacle of scientific achievement."
The show will be shot in Ultra High Definition using the RED ONE Digital Cinema Camera. For the stories that have not been heard before, the producers will be seeking individuals who worked in the early space program, witnessed tests, launches or had a close association with the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo astronauts. They are also looking for home movies and personal photos from the era. The new website [http://www.Tplus40.com] has a sign-in page to gather their contact information for interviews.
Contact: Mike Weber, [http://ww.cmrStudios.com], (727) 578 1926 or sign in at 0[http://www.Tplus40.com]