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UNIVERSAL PICTURES An astronaut tries to get our big blue marble in focus

UNIVERSAL PICTURES An astronaut tries to get our big blue marble in focus.

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Director:

Toni Myers

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BFI IMAX

1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, London, SE1 8XR Show map/details

  • Address:

    BFI IMAX 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk
    London
    SE1 8XR

  • Venue website:

    www.bfi.org.uk/imax

  • Opening hours:

    Ring for times

  • Transport:

    Tube: Waterloo

  • Price:

    Standard prices £7.90, concs £6.50, children (4-14) £4.95, under-threes free

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  • Sun Oct 26:

    • 16:45
  • Tue Oct 28:

    • 11:45
  • Thu Oct 30:

    • 10:30
  • Sun Nov 2:

    • 11:45
  • Tue Nov 4:

    • 20:30

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Joey

Not sure why the critic didn't like the movie so much. The point of the movie to me was to show the great accomplishments of the space shuttle program and the installation of a corrective lens and wide field camera so that we could understand and appreciate the efforts of basically 50 years of the space program. I am proud of the accomplishments of our scientific community and they have given us an amazing tool to study the outer edges of our universe. The only criticism i have for the movie is a cable running across the screen in outer space really close to the camera was freaking me out in 3d. I look forward to seeing more images from the Hubble's new abilities. Great movie.

Joey

Not sure why the critic didn't like the movie so much. The point of the movie to me was to show the great accomplishments of the space shuttle program and the installation of a corrective lens and wide field camera so that we could understand and appreciate the efforts of basically 50 years of the space program. I am proud of the accomplishments of our scientific community and they have given us an amazing tool to study the outer edges of our universe. The only criticism i have for the movie is a cable running across the screen in outer space really close to the camera was freaking me out in 3d. I look forward to seeing more images from the Hubble's new abilities. Great movie.