These days I find astronaut stuff more interesting than sci fi!




 
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1 Week Ago  
AllianceN7
 
 

Topic: These days I find astronaut stuff more interesting than sci fi!


I normally enjoy stuff like Mass Effect and The Expanse but nowadays I find realistic spaceflight and the history of spaceflight more interesting.

I enjoyed both "The Right Stuff" and "Apollo 13". HBO's "From the Earth to the Moon" is wonderful as well!

Has the quarantine made astronaut movies and shows more relatable?
1 Week Ago  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
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Originally Posted by AllianceN7
I normally enjoy stuff like Mass Effect and The Expanse but nowadays I find realistic spaceflight and the history of spaceflight more interesting.

I enjoyed both "The Right Stuff" and "Apollo 13". HBO's "From the Earth to the Moon" is wonderful as well!

Has the quarantine made astronaut movies and shows more relatable?
Maybe, I don't know. They are showing a TV series here called "The First Man" it depicts the journey when one of the men said "One step for a man, a giant leap for mankind"

I'm not a huge fan of space movies, even if I liked Apollo 13. I prefer to watch documentaries about the universe. Especially the search for exoplanets orbiting other stars and maybe some day they may find a planet in the right distance from its star
1 Week Ago  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by AllianceN7
I normally enjoy stuff like Mass Effect and The Expanse but nowadays I find realistic spaceflight and the history of spaceflight more interesting.

I enjoyed both "The Right Stuff" and "Apollo 13". HBO's "From the Earth to the Moon" is wonderful as well!

Has the quarantine made astronaut movies and shows more relatable?
I have admit Covid19 has changed my TV interests considerably, I suspect the inability to travel the world has rekindled my interest in history.
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1 Week Ago  
AllianceN7
 
 
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Originally Posted by I3BrigPvSk
Maybe, I don't know. They are showing a TV series here called "The First Man" it depicts the journey when one of the men said "One step for a man, a giant leap for mankind"

I'm not a huge fan of space movies, even if I liked Apollo 13. I prefer to watch documentaries about the universe. Especially the search for exoplanets orbiting other stars and maybe some day they may find a planet in the right distance from its star
His name is Neil Armstrong and his biography “First Man” is an excellent book!
1 Week Ago  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
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Originally Posted by AllianceN7
His name is Neil Armstrong and his biography “First Man” is an excellent book!
Yes, I know. I didn't know they have made a TV series based on his biography.

I have found a joy to listen to audio books instead of reading books.
 


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