Most Popular "Interstellar Travel" Titles
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1. Interstellar (2014)
PG-13 | 169 min | Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
A team of explorers travel through a wormhole in space in an attempt to ensure humanity's survival.
Votes: 956,345 | Gross: $187.99M
2. Thor (2011)
PG-13 | 115 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
The powerful but arrogant god Thor is cast out of Asgard to live amongst humans in Midgard (Earth), where he soon becomes one of their finest defenders.
Votes: 544,609 | Gross: $181.02M
3. Voyage to the End of the Universe (1963)
81 min | Sci-Fi
The year is 2163. Starship Ikaria XB 1 embarks on a long journey across the Universe, to search for life on the planets of Alpha Centauri.
4. Rama (1997 Video Game)
K-A | Adventure, Mystery, Sci-Fi
In this game based on Arthur C. Clarke's books Rendezvous with Rama and Rama II, the player is part of a science team that must investigate the giant mysterious cylindrical spaceship dubbed Rama that has entered the Solar system.
5. Project Kronos (2013)
14 min | Short, Sci-Fi
Project Kronos is a documentary film following a mission to achieve interstellar space travel. As the mission unfolds, the scientists find themselves questioning whether the space agency's ... See full summary »
7. Superluminal (2015)
5 min | Short, Sci-Fi
Commander James Morrison, a lone astronaut on a distant planet, scrambles over rough terrain and through dark canyons. He remembers details of his journey, of President Kennedy's fiery "We ... See full summary »
The Universe (2007– )
Science Fiction, Science Fact
45 min | Documentary, History
Is science-fiction rooted in science? Has science caught up to science-fiction, past and present? Is there any scientific technology that has surpassed science-fiction? This episode explores these questions and more.
The Universe (2007– )
44 min | Documentary, History
Scientists have taken a serious look at the possibility of time travel. Current scientific theories offer some likely prospects but engineering a working time machine, even if possible, remains a distant prospect.