Documentary: The Farthest: Voyager in Space

All, here's a free DVD opportunity for "The Farthest: Voyager in Space", a two hour documentary on the Voyager missions, done primarily as interviews with the scientists and engineers who were involved. HHMI sent this DVD at no charge when I requested it at the link below. (I'm US-based with a .edu email. YMMV.)  Here's the link to request it.

My 11 year old and spouse thought it was awesome, and Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic agree. My almost-six year old thought it was too many talking heads, and that she'd rather watch something with rovers. So I got to see about half of it and am looking forward to seeing the other half some night when the rover fan is asleep.
It /is/ heavy on the talking heads, but very interesting, and the editing is well done such that it moves right along. I was pleased to see several female scientists included in documentary - especially with older missions, that can be a challenge.
After I requested it, the DVD took several weeks to arrive, so you may want to order is NOW if you'll want it this fall.
Amazon also has it, if you need to pay stream it NOW instead of waiting for the DVD to arrive: