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Originally posted by verylowfrequency
How long would it take to freeze? I don't know I'm just guessing at this point. If the sun was down probably allot faster, but with the sun out it might be pretty warm inside that bubble.
If they are bubbles...
Originally posted by Dramey
initial thoughts are the bubbles make it seem obvious its not in space
I've never heard of bubbles in space
It's called indirect lighting, the best way of lighting something.
whats with that? it looks like perfect film lighting everythings exposed great from both angles
That's the whole idea of orbiting a planet, the distance between the planet and the orbiting ship is constant (if it wasn't the ship would fall or move away from the planet). Being on the ship, the astronauts move in the same reference as the ship, so, in the whole scene, the only movement visible is the rotation of the Earth and the movement of the astronauts.
whats up with it being perfectly stationary, shouldn't there be SOME movement between other then the astronauts, the cameras and the planet being perfectly still seems out of place
It does not raises any suspicions to me, maybe because I am not American.
im not a professional space film maker but alot in this video definitely raise suspicion