Astronaut Chris Hadfield Reviews Space Movies, from 'Gravity' to 'Interstellar' | Vanity Fair

Retired astronaut and engineer Chris Hadfield fact checks notable space movies using his NASA experience and vast knowledge of outer space, including ’Gravity,’ ‘Passengers,’ ‘Armageddon,’ ‘The Martian,’ ‘Interstellar,’ ‘First Man,’ ‘Hidden Figures,’ ‘Ad Astra,’ ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ 'Sunshine' and ‘WALL-E.’

Chris Hadfield's New York Times bestseller 'An Astronaut's Guide To Life On Earth' has been translated into 25 different languages. Visit chrishadfield.ca for more information.

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  • Okay this and the comments are absolutely amazing. And it's so great that he tackled what I was thinking about...what happens to the bullet. Loved that episode, thanks guys!

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  • I just want this man to keep talking and talking. I don’t know how but everything he says has purpose and when he talks it’s almost like you don’t want to miss a word he’s saying. You want to take it all in because you know this is someone who experienced something you might never get to see in your life time.. and you just want him to share it with you.

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  • 27:22 Artur Clark, if I remember correctly, wrote a story in which there were constant tensions between the blocks, but bases on the Moon lived in peace. It turned out that Soviet and American bases at first did shoot at each other, but since the speed of the projectiles was bigger that the first cosmic speed for the Moon they entered into circular orbit around the Moon (no resistance of any kind) and now the crews of the bases have to constantly dodge the bullits hey fired before. P.S. First cosmic speed for Moon should be around 1,6 km/s or 1 mile per second.

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  • Please tell us how easy it would of been in the 60's, to fake a lunar landing?

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  • Its really amazing how strict he is with all the physics and the math and everything, it really shows how accurate your understanding needs to be to solve the multitude of problems that happen up there. Its that ' if you don't get it right you dead ' kinda thing.

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  • Watching his face as he speaks with such respect and awe about the earth and the universe just moved me so much!

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  • Every single time I see a bit of Interstellar or hear the music, I want to watch it again, but not this time since I've watched it last week. The Martian though gives me almost that same urge. So after the vid I know what I'm going to do...

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  • Wait a minute - I thought that gravity is NOT a force, but spacetime bent and distorted by bodies with mass...

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  • Yeah Gravity took a lot of creative liberties, but still compared to other space movies, at least they got a baseline of science right and then just exaggerated certain things to move the story along. It's not at all how astronauts behave and talk on missions, but that wouldn't make for a very entertaining movie.

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  • Well he may be a hellava Test Pilot but he’s not a competitive shooter. In order for a bullet to be fired the gun’s striker mechanism hits the primer and the primer ignites the gun powder which burns which builds up enough gas pressure to eventually eject the bullet out of the case. The operative point here is that the gun power has to burn and I don’t know how that can happen without oxygen ... gravity has nothing to do with firing a gun - that part is certainly true ...

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  • This comment will get lost in the shuffle, but I just had to say that it's pretty obvious that Gravity is not scientifically correct and isn't suppose to be. It's also obvious that Mr. Hadfield and many in the comments didn't see the film. The whole space theme is really just a backdrop to show the growth and endurance of the lead character, Dr. Stone. She's literally depicted as starting as a novice who is "saved" by a more experienced astronaut and grows into a badass survivor who ultimately gets back to Earth completely on her own. George Clooney's character is only in maybe 20-30 minutes of the movie. People going off over one scene of a 90-minute movie shown out of context should really watch the film in its entirety.

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  • i saw Gravity when it came out in 2013 and i didnt understand why it was so hyped and critically acclaimed. It was like 2 hours of Sandra Bullocks being useless and crying for help. So glad Chris pointed all that nonsense out

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  • He's also what people would call a great 'science communicator.' There are people who can do scientific things far beyond our understanding, and when they explain it, the explanations are also beyond our understanding. That's why people like Hadfield are so important - they communicate the concepts that are harder for the average (even scientifically-minded) people to understand in a way that they easily can understand.

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    • That goes to show how much he truly understands these concepts. He's able to break it down into a much more digestible manner.

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  • I bought myself a ticket to Gravity to go and see it alone... it's the first movie I've ever walked out of. I walked out after half an hour because I was just so insulted about how wrong it was - and (astro)physics wasn't even my major!

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  • 0:50 Gravity 4:58 Passengers 7:58 Armageddon 9:52 The Martian 13:40 Apollo 13 16:27 Interstellar 20:40 First Man 23:56 Hidden Figures 25:54 Ad Astra 29:25 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968) 31:08 Wall-E 32:46 Sunshine

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  • So I take it you didn’t like ‘Gravity’?

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  • You forget that the soil on Mars is toxic. Anything grown in Martian soil would be poisonous to humans. Surprised he didn't know that.

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  • Imagine watching a space film in the cinema and you see Chris hadfield angrily leave the cinema

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  • Whatever you say. He also doesn't understand _Interstellar_

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  • Lol..." I'm chris I love space movies even if they're all fake and unrealistic. In this video I will explain how fake and unrealistic they are" Remember this the next sci-fi movie you watch

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  • Kinda wish Chris was given the context to Interstellar... those scenes make it look like a fairy tale

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  • 1:25 To be honest, I don't quite see his point with that specifically. Yes satilites move at 5 miles per second relative to earth but relative to the telescope and the shuttle, it could absolutely intercept them at a relative speed of 120 mph. Am I wrong?

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    • could be, but it would have to be in a really close orbit next to the shuttle. but yes, you are indeed right.

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  • In regard to how they saw Mercury go in front of the sun in Sunshine that’s exactly it. The movie clarifies that they have super strong UV filters blocking the sunlight.

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  • he's so serious. he needs to lighten up. it's Hollywood. reality won't sell.

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  • Great man 👍😊 Cheers 🍻

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  • Chris Hadfield is one of Canada's most prized citizens

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  • i dont like watching long videos but chris has this way of sounding very interesting and he is.

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