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New Movie Probes Future Of Moon Travel

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New Movie Probes Future Of Moon Travel

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New Movie Probes Future Of Moon Travel

New Movie Probes Future Of Moon Travel

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Duncan Jones talks about his first feature film, Moon. It's an indie sci-fi flick about living on the moon. Drawing from current NASA research projects, Moon aims to paint a realistic picture of a lone astronaut in charge of mining the moon for an energy source.

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