Journey to Space

2015 "Next stop ... Mars!"
6.4| 0h42m| NA| en| More Info
Released: 13 February 2015 Released
Producted By: Giant Screen Films
Country: United States of America
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A sweeping overview of humanity’s accomplishments in space, as well as our ongoing activities and future plans.



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Mark Krenzien

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Journey to Space Audience Reviews

ThiefHott Too much of everything
UnowPriceless hyped garbage
Stevecorp Don't listen to the negative reviews
Spidersecu Don't Believe the Hype
Mahendra Vishwakarma The Movie shows an overview of NASA and it's work in space exploration.Most of the images and videos used are old ones. However it does shows and overview on making of ORION Space craft; made specially for Mars. It gives a good info about traveling and approaches to mars from earth.The difficulties faced by the astronauts in space and the dangers they may be exposed to; the developments made in the space suit over the period. One of the greatest invention of the mankind; the Hubble's telescope; which is helping us to discover lot of new facts about our galaxy. Blackholes one of the most mysterious thing in universe, a slight info about it. A brief info about observatory park on how the space objects are tracked and monitored. On the whole the movie gives a brief info on how the mankind has progressed so far w.r.t to space exploration, reaching to mars to find life and finding out if it is habitable.
millsgrphx The footage of the space shuttles in transport to museums was nice.The footage of the space station was mostly the same footage from Space Station 3D in IMAX from 2002. Too much recycled footage. I don't understand why they don't have much ISS IMAX footage from the 13 years since.Animations of a projected future mission and footage of testing newer equipment to be used on future missions were interesting.Overall, I recommend it as a good inspirational film, especially if you haven't seen Space Station 3D. It's a more complete story of the current value of NASA, commercial space program, and the short term future of space exploration for the next couple of decades.