'The Wonderful' tells the story of the International Space Station through many astronauts' eyes (exclusive clip)

A new two-hour documentary has an exclusive edge on the astronaut's view of space exploration, between a set of extensive international interviews and several minutes of rare footage from inside spacecraft."The Wonderful: Stories from the Space Station" opened theatrically in New York and Los Angeles on Sept. 10 and is available on select streaming services beginning today (Sept. 17). If you prefer a digital download, that will also be available Sept. 17, a press release stated. More details are available on the film's official website."The Wonderful" is directed by Clare Lewins ("I Am Ali", "Kareem: Minority of One", "The Lost Tapes of Memphis") and produced by BAFTA and Emmy-nominee George Chignell ("Citizen K", "Searching for Sugar Man", "I Am Ali") with Dog Star Films in association with Fisheye Films. You can see an exclusive clip above with former NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, the first woman every to command the space station, from the film.A description from the film promises testimonials from the men and women who were involved in the International Space Station (ISS) from the beginning, with a heavy emphasis on those people who have visited the station and stayed there for long periods of time. You also will see space footage rarely shown on NASA TV or in documentaries, such as training facilities, the interiors of a Soyuz spacecraft during missions, or personal conversations between family members from ground to space.Related: International Space Station at 20: A Photo Tour