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Life in Space

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11:30 AM | 25 February 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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This is the epic trailer for Channel 4's Live From Space Season, created by the visual effects studio Framestore who recently masterminded the stunning effects for the film Gravity.


You may have heard about Gravity, last year's, BAFTA award winning, hit film. It was kind of a big deal (and still is). Well someone at Channel 4 was clearly thinking "if only Gravity was a bit more rock 'n' roll". 

Together with Framestore, the visual effects studio behind Gravity's stunning look, Channel 4 have produced this trailer for their upcoming Live From Space Season.

The Live From Space Season will include documentaries surrounding life amongst the stars and culminate in a live event broadcasted from the International Space Station and Mission Control in Houston and hosted by, for some reason, Dermot O'Leary.

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