A scientist is working alone at a remote Arctic research station when he learns of a mysterious global disaster. At the same time, he meets a strange girl in the Arctic, with whom he must stop the return to Earth of the crew of the spaceship "Aether".Written by
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Though the physics of the slingshot maneuver would be correct, the action would not put them back to Jupiter. In the time that they had traveled back to Earth, Jupiter had moved in orbit, so a slingshot would put them back to the orbit of the planet, but not to the planet itself. Apollo used the slingshot maneuver during Apollo 13 because the earth was in the center of the moon's orbit, so roughly "stationary" in the eyes of the moon's orbit. See more »
Been thinking a lot about time... and how it gets used and why. Why one person lives a lifetime and another only gets a few years.
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It's slow yes, but overall well acted and the last half is worth watching. They could create a great series about all the side stories. This almost feels like a pilot. I want more of the pre-story and the after-story! Overall enjoyable film for me. 6/10.
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