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The Sciences

Where No Film Has Gone Before: Star Trek Screened in Space

DiscoblogBy Rachel CernanskyMay 20, 2009 1:36 AM


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Not that Star Trek was lacking for an audience to begin with, but it's now been screened in space, surely spoiling entertainment for astronauts from here on out. Last week, Paramount Pictures transferred a copy of the movie to NASA's Houston center, which then uploaded the blockbuster to the International Space Station. Astronaut Michael Barratt then used a laptop to watch it inside the Unity module. Still no word on whether he found it as uniformly "meh" as we did (well, not all of us). Related Content: Bad Astronomy: BA Review: Star Trek

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