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I know it’s not practical, but this scene makes me wish that we could send Jim Lovell and Fred Haise to walk on the moon before it’s too late (both are still alive but in their eighties and nineties) since they never got the chance to do so before.
Captain Sisko Really? That would be exciting!
They get ready to send a women to moon
wowzie so realistic..kubrick must have been so jealous haha
18k views? Humanity is doomed.
Is so sad you never make it into the moon😔
I love this Moon Scene with the Music !!! So Magical !!!
I felt bad for Jim each time I watch this scene, He trained so much and so hard yet to come this far and lose the biggest goal of all. I think James Horner does a really good job in giving us a audio view of how we should feel in this sequence....Remember in some sequences we are Jim or Jack or Fred. Heck in some sequences we are the NASA Teams on the ground.
Almost every dreams we have can't all come true. This scene really makes me feel sad. But at the least the crew onboard Apollo 13 made it back to Earth safely. Jim Lovell would enjoy being on the Moon, more than Neil Armstrong, Pete Conrad or Alan Shepard would. But his family and life is always first.
I couldn’t imagine something in life as powerful as this. Being on the moon and gazing back at Earth, at our home. I would be bawling like a baby.
It's pretty fucking amazing how we went from the primitive 1920s-30s to the atomic bomb, jets, missiles, GPS, internet, and moon landing within less than 4 decades.
That WW2 generation was bad ass, they build the empire state building in one year, Today it took 7 year to complete one of the freedom Towers, My grandfather during ww2 would build 100feet long cargos ships for navy in 2weeks. The new space launch system program, has been trying to build a rocket to take us back to moon for about 10 years now
Leonardo da Vinci ?do you believe that ?
How did the real Jim Lovell react when he saw this scene?
Watch apollo 13 moon special edition, where jim Lovell and his wife do commentary through the who movie jim Lovell remains quit, but his wife get emotional almost cry
This scene always makes me cry😭
Das ist die schönheit was gott erschafen hat
If you look closely you can see Stanley Kubrick in the helmet reflection.
Of all the astronauts in the Apollo program, Jim Lovell deserves the most to land on the moon.
If was Deke Slayton, I would assign the back up crew of Apollo 12 to Shepard's Apollo 13 thus Lovell will be in Apollo 14 and Shepard in Apollo 15.
Jay Giray Shepard couldn’t go bc he had an ear infection. Plus if they known this would happen they wouldn’t have done the mission
I love this Scene !!! And the Music is awesome !!!
Maverick the music always gives me chills
Very emotional scene. My passion for moon and science in one minute
Watching this scene really fed my 13 yr old astronaut fantasies. Seeing this movie in theater in 1997 really made a big impression on me.
This film is ultimately about a man who never got to experience his dream. Sad scene of Lovell lamenting his lost chance of visiting the moon.
But hey he got into space
I remember watching this movie for the first time. This scene sent shivers through my body.
Jay Weidner brought me here.
Well Bill Paxton gets to go to the moon for real now...
this scene always makes me cry 😭 so emotional!
SoundOFmusiK so close but so far
RedAcademicSupport me too
This scene always made me want to become an astronaut
Robob Kerman too much math.. fuck that shit I’m out 👋🏼👋🏼
In this 1995 movie, this looks very fake. So let me as, if they couldn't make a 100% realistic set in the nineties, how could they have made such an authentic set in the sixties?Great scene btw :D
The real footage looks ridiculous
I don't think it looks very fake at all. When was the last time you were on the Moon?
Toma Sucin is because is a movie, and in your dreams..! Hahaha
Toma Sucin try to do better.At year 2018 lol
Toma Sucin Exacally, conspiracy theorists are retards.
Truly one of the greatest scenes in cinema. It really shows how far humanity has come, how much we've discovered, and how much we've been through. This movie will always hold a special place in my heart.
That looks just like how they did it in the 70s. Maybe this is how they did it? On a movie set lol
“I look up at the moon, and I wonder, When will we be going back? And who will that be?”
Dont let him think Donal! ;)
Too bad the Earth is nearly at zenith when viewed from the gently rolling terrain from the Fra Mauro Highlands ;)
I'm very SAD for mr. Lovell he train so hard to fly the moon, but his crew cannot land there is so SAD, in general it is sad to watch someone dream is pooped :-(
Especially a dream like this!!
+Ryan Heath he never made it
Ryan Heath How he nade it?It was last misiom for him :-(
I think he made it to the moon eventually. Just Apollo 13 was a bad mission
Funny the moon and the mountains in this looked like the faked moon footage.
You mean to say this movie that cost $62 million to produce tried to accurately replicate what you can easily see with a $200 telescope in your back yard? Say it isn't so.
Funny, the battlefields in Saving Private Ryan looked like the "real" World War 2. Your logic doesn't hold water. It's amazing what a few million dollars and a professional production crew can accomplish.
Roborav lol try to make a real moon scene if not don't bitch
+Roborav You should've been aborted.
I've always wondered what must have been going through Haise and Lovell's minds while they were passing the moon. They must have known that they'd never get another chance to go back, and there they were quite literally missing out on walking on the moon. Must have been heartbreaking.
Colin Breen it was quite a blessing for them to make it back alive
Haise was the backup CDR for Apollo 16 and was poised to command 19. The cancellation of Apollos 15-19 left only Apollo 14 and the revised Apollos 15-17 missions remaining. Apollo 20 was cancelled 3 months before Apollo 13 to make use of it's Saturn V for Skylab.www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a16/ap16-KSC-372C-28-1.jpgApollo 16 backup CDR Fred Haise (red stripes) and backup LMP Edgar Mitchell (LMP Apollo 14)
in many ways they became more famous by not landing on the moon most people could only name 2 people who landed there Armstrong and aldrin if not for the near disaster Lovell, haise and swiggart would likely have been forgotten by history in many ways leading a team through a crisis like that was a greater feat than landing on the moon itself
I agree. It must have been hard to truly realize that given how close they were...and especially for Lovell who came close twice! however it's quite a blessing to be able to go into space at all. Most people in the world don't ever get that opportunity
Al único que no le gusta el video es a Tom Hanks, obviamente XD
looks to be the same quality as the "real" apollo 11 footage lol
the same Technics, the same studio...what you expecting?
MB MB you disrespectful piece of dirt.
Are you stupid? This is far better than the real lunar surface footage. They didn't bring professional cinematic cameras to the moon, you miserable piece of shit.
Michael Barke It was real.
This movie is absolutely awesome.
Wrong aspect ratio. Everything looks skinny.
Luv dis film