The rest of the members leave Mars. Mark (who is a astronaut and a botanist) has to try to survive, he doesn 't know how long he 'll be on Mars or if he 'll ever get back to Earth. You might also think that it 's just another space movie that 's boring and confusing. Well that 's completely wrong. The Martian is anything but boring or confusing.
“What have you done?” she said. “Taken our money for this? It will never fly.” … “It will fly,” he said, looking at it” (p. 6). As you can see in this quote, Maria, his wife does not believe in him at all, and even when she doesn’t he still goes to Mars against everything. Therefore, this theme of belief is significant in The Rocket.
On a spaceship called Discovery One travelling to Saturn, Frank Poole and David Bowman are the only conscious people on board Discovery One, along with Hal 9000, a robot who maintains the ship and pilots the ship. The rest of the crew are in artificially induced hibernations. On the way to Saturn, Poole and Dave are told by Hal that the AE-35 unit which communicates with earth has malfunctioned. Poole goes out to fix the unit but a space pod comes ramming into him, killing him instantly. Dave, shocked that Poole had just died orders Hal to release the other astronauts out of their hibernation for backup.
One way or another, someday the planet we all know, and love today will eventually be destroyed, consequently causing humanity to perish with it. No matter how many people say that money spent of space travel could be used to feed the starving millions around the world, it doesn’t make a difference because if we don’t spend enough on space exploration,
The Sea Sprite journeys up by way of a beam of light casted down from the moon. He carefully climbs up the moonbeam into the night sky in order to meet his true love, the shining star. However, the moonbeam the young Sprite is traveling on falters and collapses and he becomes stranded in the night sky on the moon (London, Jack. “The Sea Sprite and the Shooting Star”). He spots his star but cries out “woefully” because he is unable to reach out to her, even though he is so much closer to her.
This is evidence that the moon landings were faked because only two astronauts walked on the moon at a time, yet in photographs such as this one where both are visible, there is no sign of a camera. Who could have taken the picture? ‘The cameras were mounted to the astronauts ' chests,’ said astronomer Phil Plait. In the picture above, Plait says, "you can see [Neil 's] arms are sort of at his chest. That 's where the camera is.
After handing over the moon, Vector decides to keep the moon and the girls. It enrages Gru as Vector escapes with the girls and the moon in this escape pod. Gru holds on to the exterior of the pod to get the girls and falls to his death, fortunately he was saved by Dr.Nefario who was piloting Gru’s ship that was shrunk before by Vector. Dr.Nefario reveals that the bigger the object, the quicker the effects of the shrink ray wear off. The moon grew bigger and starts to roll all over in Vector’s ship hurting him and freeing the girls.
The famous Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were on the spacecraft and were the first humans to ever step foot onto a planet other than Earth. They brought back samples of the moon for further study and research. Right after they landed onto the moon, they prepared for liftoff again as a safety measure. They weren 't taking chances because of all the disastrous attempts before Apollo 11. Armstrong was the first of the two astronauts to leave the
Near the finally of the movie Matt Damon’s character Mark Whatney begins to tell the audience of how under several treaties and laws that he is techniclly a space pirate because no country can claim that land that isn’t on Earth. Which he then goes on to state Mars is under maritime law, however as long as Mark is inside of the hab he’s under NASA jurisdiction meaning certain laws apply, but once he’s outside of the lab he’s in international waters. And at the same time no one explicitly gives him the permission to board the Ares IV and take it, which means he’s technicly commendeering the spaceship. At the end of the film we’re given clips of where the Ares III crew are now but before that the film focuses on Whatney at an astronaut recruitment school. For most of the interaction with his students he explains to them that in order to truly be ready to go into space they need to know that they