Europa Report!

OMG, this Europa Report trailer looks just awesome!

Hidden oceans underneath the icy moon’s surface attracts a privately funded manned mission to Europa. Technical failures lead to death and loss of communication. But is something else at work?

Europa Report Dramatizes Human Mission To Jupiter’s Moon
Via SPACE.com on YouTube

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Via Europa Report: At Last, a Space Thriller Worth Taking Seriously

In theaters on August 2nd, 2013 and On Demand 06/27/13

More at the Europa Report Official Movie Site

But still, perhaps they should have heeded the previous warning…

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I want ice water.

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4 thoughts on “Europa Report!

  1. I’m VERY much looking forward to seeing Europa Report! I have kinda high standards when it comes to sci-fi, the science has to be good. I’ve read the science here is very good, JPL scientists advisers good!

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    • I couldn’t agree with you more Alex. While I’ve enjoyed lots of sci-fi movies and books, as long as they don’t test my credulity TOO far, I do really prefer them to be scientifically accurate as possible! 😀

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    • This was my first time hearing about it too PT, and I agree that it looks very intriguing indeed! As for “the warning,” well that came from the sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey called 2010 (or 2010: Odyssey Two, or 2010: The Year We Make Contact, depending on your preference), which was adapted from the second of Arthur C. Clarke’s four “Odyssey” novels. 😀

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