MARS: Inside SpaceX will go inside SpaceX's plan to get humanity to Mars, providing an unprecedented glimpse into one of the world's most revolutionary companies. Filmed over the course of ...
See full summary »
For decades science fiction writers have amazed us and terrorized us with their portrayal of the world of artificial intelligence - from armies of cyborgs to legions of programmed zombies. ... See full summary »
MARS: Inside SpaceX will go inside SpaceX's plan to get humanity to Mars, providing an unprecedented glimpse into one of the world's most revolutionary companies. Filmed over the course of three years - this journey will take us behind the scenes with Elon Musk and his engineers - as they persevere amidst both disheartening setbacks and huge triumphs to advance the space industry faster than we ever thought possible.
The documentary says it was made for 3 years but looks like it was made more than 3 years ago and as a result does not contain anything about spaceX plans for Mars.
So what's in there you ask?
-footage about the falcon heavy launch (I remind you that this launcher has no plans for Mars, or outside of earth orbit for that matter)
-talks praising elon musk bravery for renewable rockets (that was 2010)
-the same tour of the facilities that was given to the press.
-very very broad PR talk about the idead of going to mars from space X brass, no concept plans.
-the spaceX employees interviewed are people in charge of rocket launches, so they're totally unrelated to any deep space matter.
-to make the documentary more objective, outsiders are interviewed, such as the writer of the martian or the "mars society" founder...
There is only one actual scientist being interviewed during the whole documentary and she warns that the idea of colonizing mars borders science fiction.
But when you start to think that the documentary is only biased and misleading, it just lets people MAKE THINGS UP to spice up the mars story. That's right, the documentary shamelessly relays that Von Braun designed the saturn V rocket to go to Mars, just... wow.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this