NASA has released a number of posters inspired by classic horror film art to tie in with Halloween and some real horror events. Astronaut and tales of spooky creatures in the farthest regions have captivated audiences for decades, from the original works of Georges Méliès through the classic horror film in the atmosphere by Ridley Scott. Meanwhile, more recent productions that focus more on human efforts to take over the space like The Martian and George Clooney’s upcoming Netflix movie The Midnight Sky, have just released a sneak preview. revealed that the movie will hit theaters in December.
In addition, NASA is also the subject of many documentaries, movies and TV shows, from classics like The Right Stuff and Apollo 13 to the new series, Challenger: The Final Flight on Netflix. The space agency even got into the film business by sending Tom Cruise to space to the International Space Station to film an upcoming movie with Doug Liman. The movie world has always used space to evoke awe and tell horror stories, but now NASA is using the film world to encourage people to learn more about real-life work. their.
The space agency has launched the website Galaxy of HorrorsThe site has a number of horror-movie-style posters, and the difference is that each poster is inspired by a real-life space reality or tells a story about space horrors.
NASA provided high resolution posters for download to six destinations and told a short story about each. From the Galactic Graveyard to Gamma Ray Ghouls and Rain of Terror, every poster can make viewers imagine a movie about real-life phenomena and it’s as scary as anything you’ve ever been. seen in the movie.
Jason Rhodes, an astrophysicist involved in the project said: “One of the things I really like about these posters is if you spend time researching it and then maybe go and learn more. A little on each of these topics, you will see that the artists had to think a lot to choose the details that highlight science.