I generally don’t like to post negative reviews. What’s the point? So let me say right off that I did not hate the movie. It just left me feeling flat. I want to understand why. As a writer, I want to avoid these mistakes.
I first came across Lagrangian Points many years ago in Arthur C. Clarke’s novel A Fall of Moondust. It boggled my young mind, picturing satellites orbiting in seemingly static positions around the Moon!
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