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Space Films

Following the creation of the Consortium’s Space Film Festival in 2020, the Space Consortium at Harvard and MIT is happy to provide to all Harvard students, thanks to the support of the Harvard Law School libraries, the following space movie titles free for all Harvard-key holders. These movies will also be showcased in the upcoming Space Consortium Movie Club starting this Fall 2022! Sign up for our newsletter to get all info about the first club meeting.

2001: A Space Odyssey

After uncovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the Lunar surface, a spacecraft is sent to Jupiter to find its origins – a spacecraft manned by two men and the supercomputer H.A.L. 9000.

Apollo 13

NASA must devise a strategy to return Apollo 13 to Earth safely after the spacecraft undergoes massive internal damage putting the lives of the three astronauts on board in jeopardy.

Arrival

A linguist works with the military to communicate with alien lifeforms after twelve mysterious spacecraft appear around the world.

Deep Impact

A comet is discovered to be on a collision course with Earth. As doomsday nears, the human race prepares for the worst.

First Man

A look at the life of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969.

Gravity

Two astronauts work together to survive after an accident leaves them stranded in space.

Interstellar

A team of explorers travel through a wormhole in space in an attempt to ensure humanity’s survival.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

On the eve of retirement, Kirk and McCoy are charged with assassinating the Klingon High Chancellor and imprisoned. The Enterprise crew must help them escape to thwart a conspiracy aimed at sabotaging the last best hope for peace.

The Right Stuff

The U.S. space program’s development from the breaking of the sound barrier to selection of the Mercury 7 astronauts, from a group of test pilots with a more seat-of-the-pants approach than the program’s more cautious engineers preferred.

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