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March 2010

“Hubble 3D” includes NCSA visualizations

"Hubble 3D" takes viewers through distant galaxies as it tells the story of the repair and upgrade of the Hubble telescope. While most of the film is shot with IMAX 3D cameras, including live-action footage from the space shuttle, nearly a quarter of the movie's run time is devoted to NCSA Advanced Visualization Lab's two dramatic voyages. Comprising nearly 10 minutes of the 43-minute film,...

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