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Sunday, September 25, 2011

A U.S. astronaut inspects the Lunar Roving Vehicle, which has mysteriously been turned over on the surface of the Moon in APOLLO 18.

APOLLO 18... The movie has already been out in theaters for almost a month now, but just thought I'd post a link to the review of the sci-fi horror flick on my Film Notes section. Also, click here to get some interesting info by NASA on the real Apollo 18 mission. Turns out— Apollo 18 wasn't canceled at all...just renumbered on the flight manifest. Click on that last link above to get more details on this.

The U.S. astronaut finds a cosmonaut's helmet on the surface of the Moon in APOLLO 18.

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