The filmmakers who brought you aboard the Space Station 3D invite you to follow the Hubble Space Telescope on its mission to explore the farthest reaches of the cosmos. Follow astronauts up into space as they strive to get the powerful telescope prepared for a fantastic journey of discovery. Witness the birth of a star, and experience the awesome power of a supernova in stunning IMAX 3-D. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This documentary boggles my mind. The last several minutes are the essense of 'infinity'. It's so hard to wrap my mind around the concept of it. As a small child, I asked my Dad, "What does infinity mean?" He said, "It means that the universe goes on forever &; ever." Then, I asked, "But, what if there's a wall at the end of infinity?" He then asked me, "But, what is on the other side of the 'wall'?" I'm sure that that little conversation with my Dad so many years ago is meaningless to most of us, but, it has stayed with me all of my 60 years of life. This documentary is a small glimpse of what the meaning of life really is. The excellent work that the astronauts did on Hubble was amazing, but, again I have to say that the last several minutes just "BLEW ME COMPLETELY AWAY...... Thanks for letting me share my view. Rhonda D.
This is defintely a must-see documentary. Here we are on Earth thinking we are so majestic. No, the majesty is the universe. In this film we witness: .. 2000 galaxies ... seen in one cluster! Hubble sees objects 10 million light years away. Hundred of billion galaxies in clusters and super-clusters, each with billions of stars. ...only a small drop in an ocean of galaxies... My complete review with commentary @ moviereviews1.com