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IMAX: Hubble [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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Leonardo DiCaprio narrates this documentary about the Hubble Space Telescope. The film follows seven astronauts on a risky mission to save the telescope that has the ability to capture highly detailed images, providing new information about space and time. The footage includes views of Saturn's aurora, the Helix Nebula and the Andromeda Galaxy, as well as other phenomena of the universe.
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The footage is made up from two distinct sources - the NASA footage of astronauts working to service and repair the orbiting Hubble telescope and actual footage of images created from Hubble, of far-away gas clouds and galaxies. The former is interesting and the shots in space of the astronauts working above the earth are truly spectacular - the 3D imaging really makes it feel like you are there.
Even more spectacular, are the two sequences that have you flying through light years of space to see stars forming in dust clouds and far-off galaxies that are billions of light years away. However these are just not enough, you really feel there must be more that they could have shown. The astronaut training and preparation was stretched out and the really stunning images were held to the end.
Overall I am glad to have seen these images and some are definitely worthy of many replays - but the sequences of Hubble data, while being the true highlights, are also the briefest - leaving you feeling slightly short-changed.
I would say that this has to get four stars for the sheer quality of the stunning images - but maybe 2-3 stars for value and time given.
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A great highlight here, the fabulous take off of the space shuttle Atlantis.Read more