1st Science Fiction Movie Filmed in Space Stays Underground
by Mike Wall, SPACE.com Senior Writer
Date: 13 January 2012 Time: 12:29 PM ET
Richard Garriott as seen in "Man on a Mission," a film by Mike Woolf.
CREDIT: First Run Features
"Man on a Mission," which opens today (Jan.13), chronicles Garriott's journey to the station in October 2008, a trip that cost him $30 million of his own money. While up there, the video-game designer made a playful eight-minute film called "Apogee of Fear," with some standout acting assistance from a Russian cosmonaut and two NASA astronauts.
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