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Hidden Universe 3D (2013)

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An extraordinary journey deep into space offering fresh insight into the origins and evolution of the universe.

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Russell Scott
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Credited cast:
Jonathan Whitmore Jonathan Whitmore ... Himself - Astrophysicist (as Dr. Jonathan Whitmore)
Greg Poole Greg Poole ... Himself - Astronomer (as Dr. Greg Poole)
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Miranda Richardson ... Narrator (voice)
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An extraordinary journey deep into space, the documentary adventure Hidden Universe brings to life the farthest reaches of our universe with unprecedented clarity through real images captured by the world's most powerful telescopes-seen on-screen and in 3D for the first time. Stunning, high-resolution 3D images of space allow moviegoers to explore the earliest galaxies, watch stars being born in vivid clouds of gas and dust, tour the surface of Mars, and witness images of distant celestial structures including stunning views of the Sun. Seen for the first time in IMAX 3D, these dramatic new images offer fresh insight into the origins and evolution of the universe. Written by December Media

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universe | 3d | imax | science | telescope | See All (5) »

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Documentary

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 June 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atacama Desert, Chile See more »

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Budget:

AUD 9,025,225 (estimated)
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December Media See more »
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Sound Mix:

Sonics-DDP

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.44 : 1
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A rich spoiled child goes far away to push the Humanity forward
29 March 2015 | by ersbelSee all my reviews

A rich spoiled child goes far away to push the Humanity forward. At least this is what the first part is going to tell you. He could have been a pianist. But he gives free concerts in a small Heaven built for rich white children next to some of the poorest populations. A dog, a pool, expensive consumer DSLR cameras and lots of cars burning lots of fuel. All this to make some well paid researchers renounce their ivory towers back in the Western Universities to experience a safe adventure. The Internet seems to be something far far away who does not bother anyone.

I do not minimize the importance of this research. But I ended up with a nauseating sensation when I got out of the room. This is an expensive research. I used to have a more romantic view associated with the SETI project.

The one star is not about my feeling, but about the quality of the piece. What is the goal? To show the life in the base station? To show the build process of a large observatory? To show the antenna array? To show the individuals behind the research? To show how the snapshots are taken? To show what? It fails at every point.

Contact me with Questions, Comments or Suggestions ryitfork @ bitmail.ch


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