Working with NASA has been spectacular and working with the scientists of the space program that has been just tremendous.
The exchange of ideas and where they think things are going and where they have been.
You wanna get the details, right.
I mean I've asked them every question, you know, on demand, and I've called them up at two in the morning and said, Hey, would this actually happen?
Can I get away with this story point.
So we did good.
This is unbelievable.
The way you have it layed out it's really incledible.
You did amazing.
So as long it does not look like any other science fiction movies.
[UNKNOWN] Was looking for interms of realism Soon was the physics.
For instance, could you fire a gun on the moon?
The answer is yes, bullet has its own oxidizer, it comes right out of the barrel.
Other example is can you talk to somebody on Neptune to Earth real time, unfortunately, you can't or you've got considerable delay in terms of hours.
Also, what would blood look like Zero Gravity any fluid in space in zero gravity will tend to become a sphere.
It's physics of how those things will look.
Robert Thomas a genius at all this stuff because he spent many years doing it.
And you guys are genius of being actor so you get a few hours to learn when you can.
So you could have enough knowledge to work through it.
It was very instructional to me and they're also fascinating people.
There's a reason why we say, Well, something isn't rocket science, you know, cuz rocket science is pretty clever.
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