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Earthlight (1998)

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80 minutes of never-before-seen digital video of the Earth shot from the Space Shuttle, provided by NASA, and set to music.
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80 minutes of never-before-seen digital video of the Earth shot from the Space Shuttle, provided by NASA, and set to music.

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26 February 1998 (USA) See more »

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Mind blowing, but mind numbing in parts as well.
13 October 2000 | by dave-846See all my reviews

Earthlight Special Edition is special and I'm glad I've bought it. In parts it is awe inspiring stuff: sand dunes draped over desert rock, land locked seas with swirling sediment washed in from rushing rivers - and all in high resolution. This is the stuff for geologists to die for. The disappointing parts for me were something I should have thought through: 70% of the Earth is ocean; about 70% of the footage is over the oceans. The cloud tops ARE fascinating but the overland footage is spectacular and offers so much more to see and wonder at. This is a great DVD and you should get it, but much as I'd like to fly a mission with the NASA team, they need to teach the crews a bit more finesse with the camera technique. This title promises so much, but for me, it didn't quite deliver. 7/10.


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