I love space. Followed it... as long as I can remember (being that I was born right between the Friendship 7 and Aurora 7 Mercury missions).
I keep an eye on all the space stuff (not just the big new rockets, the science missions are damn cool). NASA TV is my comfort food.
Been celebrating the 50th anniversary's of the Apollo missions by watching my Spacecraft Films sets which means I just finished up the Apollo 15 six disc set: Apollo 15: Man Must Explore – SPACECRAFT FILMS (spacehistory.tv) - you want to deep dive? This is your "More is not enough, I want it all" one stop shop. They have sets on Mercury, Gemini, selected Space Shuttle missions and more (they a three disc set about the development of the Saturn I and IB, and another 3 disc set on the Saturn V - would you like to watch 15 minutes of footage of five F1 engines running a burn and gymbal test?). And then there's this: Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (nasa.gov) and the companion: Apollo Flight Journal - Index Page (nasa.gov.
Yeah, I vibrate with anticipation about space exploration. :-)