Tag Archives: NASA

Ad Astra (2019) Review

AMBITIOUSLY BOLD, YET FRUSTRATING   Tales of space exploration have always been a fascinated medium to present within a cinematic framework. As in real life, mankind’s ambition looks to the celestial heavens above and venture into the vast and infinite space; searching for humanity’s foot hole of pioneering progressions into the cosmos of new worlds and other intelligent life out

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Hidden Figures Review

THE UNSUNG WOMEN OF NASA   The history of NASA is filled with bountiful stories of men and women who served for the greater good in launch astronauts into space. From the Challenger missions to the Apollo missions (the moon landing in Apollo 11 and the infamous Apollo 13) to the formation of the International Space Station in 1998, NASA

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