Guy is an experienced British fighter pilot who is in command of Britain's first manned mission to space. He has trained for this for three years at the height of the Cold War and now he is...
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Guy is an experienced British fighter pilot who is in command of Britain's first manned mission to space. He has trained for this for three years at the height of the Cold War and now he is alone in space with a malfunctioning capsule. He has limited contact with the UK, some unusual communication with the US and some unorthodox communication with Tyuratam deep in Soviet Russia. Who will help him? Will he make the right choice? Written by
The images of Earth outside the windows of the Capsule used no CGI and were in fact a front projected 90 minute 4k video of one complete orbit of Earth shot from space. See more »
After Taylor sacrifices his cabin heaters to restore power to the rest of his equipment, the capsule's interior temperature drops within eight minutes to near-freezing temperatures. Actually, manned spacecraft require internal cooling, not heating, even when passing through Earth's shadow. More heat is generated by occupants and equipment than is dissipated to space in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Even during Apollo 13, in which nearly all equipment was turned off to conserve the crippled spacecraft's power, similar temperature loss occurred over the course of days, not minutes. See more »
Nothing goes logically in this movie, I wonder if the director researched anything!
Nothing is logical in this movie. It starts off with a guy waking up in a little probe. I wont say anything more about it then the fact that this guy is a Astronaout sent to space by Britain and gets lost. One would assume some genius and some logic in how they take care of this right? Britain, Astronaout, Russians (helps out abit) but somehow the conversation in this movie is like 3 20 year old talking over the phone when one is lost and the other two is trying to describe the directions without a GPS present. You wouldn't guess its a Astronaout talking to the space center of one of the most sophisticated techonological countries of the time. He doesn't even know how to change two circuits and gets stressed over everything. Don't they get years of training on how to handle this stuff, stress and technological problems? They've tried out something like Gravity but failed miserably because even though the guy can act the storytelling is amazingly bad.
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