‘The Martian’ Director Ridley Scott Discusses NASA’s Journey to Mars
Ridley Scott, director of the 20th Century Fox film “The Martian”, based on author Andy Weir’s book of the same name, reflects on the long-term personal and wide-ranging human fascination with Mars and how NASA’s exploration of the Red Planet is helping to turn science fiction into science fact.
Matt Damon at NASA’s Mars Mission Control Center
Panorama of Mars from Perseverance Rover
ExoMars at Mars
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It's not "no gravity" at 250 miles overhead but in orbit so fast that gravity can't pull you back down… [00:48]
I love this man, he is one of the greatest.
Are there aliens on mars?
Usually I don't like cross-promotional stuff but this… This I can get behind.
To travel to Mars the astronauts are to be in sleep mode like koma connected or plug to food and pooing etc. the journey take 2 years?
No one will ever live on Mars.. Earth is where we're destined to be..
Too intelligent to win an Academy Award tonight as Best Movie. They rather pick an old subject movie…. Left for dead and go after the ones who left you. how original. oh and look where the cinematography is… Yep… Mars doesn't count.
What a Country USA still is to down science and the Best Movie of 2015.