There is some kissing and references
An unmarried astronaut is showering with a woman. The phone rings and she asks him to let it ring. They are then both seen only covered by towels.
An astronaut and his wife are relaxing on lounge chairs. He climbs into her chair and nuzzles her clothed breasts while she playfully resists and then snuggles with him.
A reference to an STD; one astronaut speculates that another, whom the movie presents as promiscuous, gave him the clap by using his relief tube.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


On April 11, 1970, American astronaut Lovell and other three people took off in the Apollo 13 spacecraft and began the third human expedition to the moon. After a two-day trip to the lunar orbit, suddenly, the liquid oxygen tank in the service module exploded and the spacecraft lost stability. We were in danger on the way to the moon. The situation is extremely critical! Fortunately, the astronauts were well-trained, fearless, calm and calm in the face of danger. With the help and command of the ground TT & C center, relying on their knowledge, experience and courage, they used limited power, water and oxygen in the narrow lunar module to steer the lunar module around the lunar ball, interrupt the lunar flight and return to the earth safely.

This is my excerpt from a popular science magazine. It’s also good to make a film introduction. The author summed up the thrilling seven days in these 200 words, which is really suspected of understatement (please, it’s a popular science magazine, not a science fiction). The description of the film is much better than it! From “Houston, we’re in trouble” to “the last call of Apollo 13 is over”, the video recording in the past two hours is far more exciting than 200 words. There are problems, solve problems, reoccur problems, solve problems again, enter the atmosphere, tighten your nerves for three minutes, resume the call and pour out cheers. My heart was torn up and down by the film, up and down with the plot. Finally, I was relieved to see the astronauts safe to my parents. Great! Although they did not complete their original mission to the moon, it was a great thing to work together and successfully return in dangerous space! Jim said it was a failure of success; The Chinese say that this is glory even though defeat!

Thank Ron Howard, Tom Hanks, ed Harris, Bill Paxton, Kevin Becken and Gary sinais for their great play (what a strong lineup!).

On the road of human conquest of space,

We remember the glorious names: Gagarin, Armstrong, Yang Liwei, Zhai Zhigang

Their success is also human success.

However,

But who remembers

What about those aerospace workers who sacrificed their precious lives for the human space industry?

The space journey is always full of variables and dangers.

I still clearly remember the documentary played by my high school geography teacher that showed the raging fire caused by the Soviet rocket falling upside down on the launch pad shortly after the launch.

On January 27, 1967, three American astronauts were burned alive in the cockpit of a spacecraft filled with pure oxygen because the door could not be opened.

On April 23, 1967, Soviet astronaut Komarov had a parachute failure on his way home. After the last conversation with his family, Komarov died and became the first person to die in the space flight.

On June 30, 1971, the Soviet Union’s No. 11 spacecraft successfully docked with the salute No. 1 space station. After 24 days of flight, pachayev and other three astronauts suffocated and died due to cabin air leakage.

On January 28, 1986, on the 39B launch pad of Kennedy Space Center in Cape Neville, Florida, the space shuttle Challenger took off with seven astronauts for its 11th space mission. Flying for 60 seconds and at an altitude of 10 kilometers, the space shuttle accelerated to full speed in order to break through the sound barrier. At this time, the solid booster suddenly burst into flames, and the external fuel tank exploded in the 73rd second of flight. The space shuttle Challenger turned into a fireball in seconds. Countless fragments scattered from fireballs and thick smoke scattered on the Atlantic Ocean like a meteor shower. Thousands of spectators and ground operators on the launch site, as well as the vast audience watching the live broadcast of the launch in front of the fluorescent screen, were stunned by the emergency. All seven astronauts were killed.

On February 15, 1996, China’s Chang San Yi rocket (cz-3b) first launched the international communication satellite 708. About two seconds after the rocket was ignited and took off, the rocket’s flight attitude was abnormal. The rocket lowered its head and tilted to the right from the launch direction. About 22 seconds later, the rocket’s head landed on the ground, followed by a violent explosion, all the stars and arrows were lost, and there were basically no large debris of the star and arrow. Six people were killed and 57 injured. The explosion site was 1200 meters away from the launcher and damaged more than 80 houses. After finding out the cause of the fault, it was found that an electronic component in the large loop of the inertial reference failed, resulting in no output of the inertial reference, and then the long three B shot four into four.

On February 1, 2003, the US space shuttle Columbia carrying seven astronauts returned to earth after a 16 day space mission. However, before landing, the space shuttle disintegrated and crashed because the left-wing heat shield hit during take-off could not bear the burning of the atmosphere. Columbia didn’t even have the option of an emergency landing. Television images show that the disintegrated Columbia has drawn several white tracks over Texas.

On August 22, 2003, the Brazilian slv-1 launch vehicle exploded at the launch site, killing 21 Aerospace experts who had no time to evacuate.

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It is this failure that has brought mankind a big step into space.

You can scoff at this movie that promotes the American theme, or think it’s just a “hamburger” made by Hollywood.

But would you please pay tribute to the three astronauts and all the space experts behind them?

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the success of human landing on the moon. Some people doubt that Americans led the lunar landing scam. I don’t know if their heads are flooded

The popular science magazine also mentioned one thing: on one occasion, Soviet astronauts Vladimir Titov and Grady starkalov were also faced with an extremely dangerous situation. Their spaceship is scheduled to launch at night, and everything seems to go according to plan. Suddenly, the spaceship and its launch vehicle are surrounded by flames, and the terrible tragedy of breaking to pieces will happen in an instant. Fortunately, before the possible tragedy, a special solid fuel engine – the emergency rescue system – ignited, separated the return capsule from the launch rocket, sprayed it to an altitude of about 500 to 700 meters, and then landed in a safe place near the launch site by parachute.

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