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<i>Please verify that the P1 ATA removal...</font></i>

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<i>...on replacement cap part 1 and 2
are complete.</font></i>

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DMA M1, M2, M3 and M4 are complete.</font>

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<i>Okay. Copy that, Explorer.</font></i>

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<i>Dr. Stone, Houston.</font></i>

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<i>Medical is concerned
about your ECG readings.</font></i>

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I'm fine, Houston.</font>

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<i>Well, Medical doesn't agree,
doc. Are you feeling nauseous?</font></i>

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<i>Not any more than usual, Houston.
Diagnostics are green.</font></i>

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<i>Link to communications card
ready for data reception.</font></i>

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<i>If this works, when we touch down tomorrow,
I'm buying all you guys a round of drinks.</font></i>

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<i>That's a date, doctor.</font></i>

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<i>Just remember,
Houston's partial to margaritas.</font></i>
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<i>Booting comms card now.</font></i>

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<i>Please confirm link.</font></i>

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<i>That's a negative, we're not seeing any data.</font></i>

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<i>Stand by, Houston,
I'm gonna reboot the comms card.</font></i>

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<i>Standing by.</font></i>

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<i>Houston, I have a
bad feeling about this mission.</font></i>

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<i>Please expand.</font></i>

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<i>Okay, let me tell you a story.</font></i>

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<i>It was '96. I'd been up here for 42 days.</font></i>

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<i>Every time I passed over Texas,
I looked down...</font></i>

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<i>...knowing that Mrs. Kowalski
was looking up, thinking of me.</font></i>

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<i>Six weeks I'm blowing kisses at that woman.</font></i>

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<i>Then we land at Edwards and I find out
that she's run off with this lawyer.</font></i>

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<i>So I packed my car, and I headed to--</font></i>

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<i>Tijuana. You've told this story, Kowalski.</font></i>

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<i>As Houston recalls,
she, uh, took off in your '74 GTO.</font></i>

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<i>Engineering requests fuel status
on the jetpack prototype.</font></i>

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<i>Five hours off the reservation
and I show 30 percent drain.</font></i>

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<i>Give my compliments to Engineering.</font></i>

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<i>Except for a slight malfunction
in the nulling of the roll axis...</font></i>

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<i>...this jetpack is one prime piece of thrust.</font></i>

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<i>Engineering says thank you.</font></i>

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Tell them I still prefer
my '67 Corvette, though.</font>

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<i>- Speaking of which, did I ever tell you--
- We know the Corvette story.</font></i>

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Even Engineering?</font>

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<i>Especially Engineering.</font></i>

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<i>We're going to miss you, Matt.</font></i>
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<i>Comms card reboot in progress.</font></i>

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<i>Thank you, doctor.</font></i>

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<i>Shariff, what's your status?</font></i>

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<i>Nearly there.
Replacing battery module A 1 and C.</font></i>

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<i>Could you be a little more specific?</font></i>

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<i>Indeterminate estimates
make Houston anxious.</font></i>

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<i>No, no, no, Houston. Don't be anxious.</font></i>

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<i>Anxiety's not good for the heart.</font></i>

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<i>System is ready to reactivate.</font></i>

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<i>Hubble telescope engaged.
Upgrade fully functional.</font></i>

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<i>That applause you hear is for you, Shariff.</font></i>

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<i>Congratulations.
Kick back, take the rest of the day off.</font></i>

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<i>Matt, do you have a visual...</font></i>

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<i>...on just what Mission Specialist Shariff
is doing up there?</font></i>

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He appears to be doing
some form of the Macarena.</font>

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But that would be just a best-guess scenario
on my part.</font>

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<i>Dr. Stone, Houston.</font></i>

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<i>Medical now have you
with a temperature drop to 35. 9...</font></i>

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<i>...and a heart-rate rise to 70.</font></i>

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<i>How are you feeling?</font></i>

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<i>Houston, I'm fine.</font></i>

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<i>It's just keeping your lunch down in zero-G
is harder than it looks.</font></i>

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<i>Dr. Stone, Medical is asking
if you want to return to Explorer.</font></i>

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Negative. We've been here a week,
Houston. Let's just finish this. Ahem.</font>

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Card is up.</font>

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<i>No, that's a negative.</font></i>

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<i>I'm afraid we're getting nothing
on this end, doctor.</font></i>

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Try again.</font>

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<i>No, still nothing.</font></i>

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Houston, can you please
turn that music off?</font>

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<i>Kowalski.</font></i>

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<i>Not a problem.</font></i>

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Thank you, Kowalski.</font>

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Now, Houston?</font>

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<i>That's a negative.</font></i>

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Could Houston be misinterpreting the data?</font>

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<i>Well, we're not receiving any data.</font></i>

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<i>Engineering is recommending
a vis-check for component damage.</font></i>

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Let me see what's going on.</font>

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What have we got?</font>

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Visual examination doesn't reveal
any damaged components.</font>

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The problem must be originating
from the comms panel.</font>

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<i>Yeah, that seems to be the case.</font></i>

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<i>Engineering admits that you warned us
that this could happen.</font></i>

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<i>That's as close to an apology
as you're going to get from them.</font></i>

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<i>We should have listened to you, doc.</font></i>

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<i>Well, looks like
we're going to have to improvise.</font></i>

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I'm on it.</font>

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<i>How long do you think it'll take you?</font></i>

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One hour. Ahem.</font>

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<i>Outstanding.</font></i>

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<i>Installing your system in the Hubble
is the purpose of this mission...</font></i>

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<i>...and so we appreciate
your patience, doctor.</font></i>

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<i>Kowalski, we know you don't care
about things like this...</font></i>

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<i>...but, uh, for your information,
this delay is not going to be long enough...</font></i>

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<i>...for you to break Anatoly Solovyev's
spacewalking record.</font></i>

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<i>- It seems like you're gonna be left--
- Seventy-five minutes shy?</font></i>

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<i>Never crossed my mind.</font></i>

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Matt...</font>

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<i>...it's been a privilege.</font></i>

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<i>Right back at you, Houston.</font></i>

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<i>Enjoy your last walk.</font></i>

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Am I a go to assist Dr. Stone
in removing the panel?</font>

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<i>- Assistance appreciated.
- Permission granted.</font></i>

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Thank you, Houston. Agh.</font>

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Mind if I join the fun?</font>

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Certainly.</font>
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How you feeling?</font>

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Like a Chihuahua that's being tumble-dried.</font>

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Well, it's been a rough week.
If it makes you feel any better...</font>

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...I coughed up everything
but my kidneys on my first ride.</font>

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Shit.</font>

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Ah. Ah. Unh.</font>

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- Ha, ha.
- Sorry.</font>

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I'm used to a basement lab in a hospital
where things fall to the floor.</font>

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Thank you.</font>

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Well, you're the genius up here.</font>

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I only drive the bus.</font>

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Yeah, well, call me a genius...</font>

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...if I can get this board initialized
in the next hour.</font>

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<i>Explorer, this is Houston.</font></i>

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Go ahead, Houston.</font>

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<i>NORAD reports a Russian
satellite has incurred a missile strike.</font></i>

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<i>The impact has created a cloud of debris...</font></i>

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<i>...orbiting at 20,000 miles per hour.</font></i>

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<i>Current debris orbit does not overlap
with your trajectory.</font></i>

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<i>We'll keep you posted on any developments.</font></i>

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<i>Copy that, Houston.</font></i>

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Should we be worried?</font>

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No, let's let the boys down there
worry for us.</font>

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Explorer, engage arm and pivot
to cargo bay.</font>

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<i>Stand by for arm maneuver.</font></i>

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Aah.</font>

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So, doc, now that you work for NASA,
how do you like us?</font>
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<i>Kind of like winning the lottery, huh?</font></i>

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I was just happy that they didn't cut
the funding to my research.</font>

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- How long was your training?
- Oh, six months.</font>

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<i>- Including holidays?
- Uh-huh.</font></i>

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So, what is this scanning system?</font>

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<i>Oh, nothing, Matt.</font></i>

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<i>It's just a new set of eyes
to scan the edge of the universe.</font></i>

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It's designed for hospital use,
but this one's a prototype.</font>

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<i>Stand by for locking.</font></i>

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- Unh.
- Listen, they don't bankroll prototypes.</font>

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Even for your pretty blue eyes.</font>

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Well, my eyes are brown.</font>

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Right now, your eyes are bloodshot.</font>
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<i>Kowalski! Is this great or what?</font></i>

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And to think he went to Harvard.</font>

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You gotta admit one thing:</font>

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Can't beat the view.</font>

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So, what do you like about being up here?</font>

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The silence.</font>

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I could get used to it.</font>

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Terrific.</font>

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Houston, from first inspection,
comms panel appears to be dead.</font>

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Am I a go to cut link to auxiliary?</font>

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<i>You're the expert, doctor. It's your call.</font></i>

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Houston, I have a bad feeling
about this mission.</font>

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<i>Please elaborate.</font></i>

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It's the same feeling I had
about Mardi Gras in 1987.</font>
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<i>That is affirmative.</font></i>

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<i>Surprisingly, Control hasn't heard
the Mardi Gras story.</font></i>

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<i>Please proceed.</font></i>

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Well, it's day one, and I'm bumping
my way down Bourbon Street...</font>

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...looking for a sister of a friend of mine.</font>

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Streets are full of people, I'm thinking
there's no way I'm gonna find this girl.</font>

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Proceeding to override.</font>

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Then all of a sudden, I look up
and there she is. I'm about to yell out.</font>

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I see she's holding hands
with some hairy guy in board shorts...</font>

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...and a Margaritaville shirt.</font>

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And then I realize that this guy is not a guy.</font>

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That my girl is holding hands with--</font>

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<i>ISS, this is Houston.</font></i>

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<i>- Explorer, this is Houston.
- Go ahead, Houston.</font></i>

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<i>Mission abort. Repeat, mission abort.</font></i>

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<i>Initiate emergency disconnect from Hubble.
Begin reentry procedure.</font></i>

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<i>ISS, initiate emergency evacuation.</font></i>

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<i>Copy all, Houston, and in work.</font></i>

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<i>Matt, immediate return to Explorer.
Repeat, immediate return to Explorer.</font></i>

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Copy. Explorer, prep airlock.</font>

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<i>Airlock engaged, ready to receive.
- Houston, elaborate.</font></i>

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<i>Debris from the missile strike
has caused a chain reaction...</font></i>

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<i>...hitting other satellites
and creating new debris.</font></i>

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<i>Traveling faster than a high-speed bullet
up towards your altitude. All copy.</font></i>

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Copy all.</font>

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Put a bow on it, Dr. Stone.</font>

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I can't. The board is still initializing.</font>

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- I'm not gonna ask you again.
- One second.</font>

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Not one second. Now. Shut it down.</font>

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That's an order.</font>

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Okay, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I'm done.
I'm done.</font>

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<i>Kowalski, initiate emergency
disconnect from the Hubble.</font></i>

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<i>- All right, Sharif f, let's do this.
- Roger, Matt.</font></i>

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Houston, update.</font>

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<i>Well, we have a full-on chain reaction.</font></i>

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<i>It's been confirmed
that it's the unintentional side effect...</font></i>

198
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<i>...of the Russians striking
one of their own satellites.</font></i>

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<i>They shot down their own satellite?
- Right of disposal.</font></i>

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Most likely a spy sat gone bad.
Now it's shrapnel.</font>

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Explorer, ready to disengage HST.</font>

202
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<i>Locks releasing in three, two, one.</font></i>

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<i>Explorer, new data coming through.</font></i>

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What's the blowback, Houston?</font>

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<i>It's not good. Most of our systems are gone.</font></i>

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<i>Debris chain reaction is out of control
and rapidly expanding.</font></i>

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<i>Multiple satellites are down
and they keep on falling.</font></i>

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Define "multiple satellites."</font>

209
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<i>Most of them are gone.</font></i>

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<i>Telecommunication systems are dead.</font></i>

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<i>Expect a communication blackout
at any moment.</font></i>

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<i>Kowalski, visual of debris at 9 o'clock.</font></i>

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Half of North America
just lost their Facebook.</font>

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Explorer, repeat...</font>
215
00:11:36,989 --> 00:11:39,658
<i>...expect a communication blackout
at any moment.</font></i>

216
00:11:39,992 --> 00:11:41,452
<i>Copy that, Houston.</font></i>

217
00:11:41,702 --> 00:11:45,039
Explorer, this is Kowalski,
confirming visual contact with debris.</font>

218
00:11:45,289 --> 00:11:46,457
Debris is from a BSE sat.</font>

219
00:11:46,707 --> 00:11:48,542
- Heads up!
- To repeat, I have--</font>

220
00:11:48,793 --> 00:11:52,713
<i>Dr. Stone requesting faster transport.
- We have to go. We have to go, go, go!</font></i>

221
00:11:52,963 --> 00:11:55,966
<i>Kennedy reports
meteorological conditions no-go...</font></i>

222
00:11:56,550 --> 00:11:57,843
Houston, Explorer. Copy.</font>

223
00:11:58,094 --> 00:12:01,389
<i>Explorer, Dr. Stone requesting
faster transport to bay area.</font></i>

224
00:12:01,639 --> 00:12:02,640
<i>Explorer, do you copy?</font></i>

225
00:12:02,890 --> 00:12:06,310
- Explorer, permission to retrieve Dr. Stone.
- You're a go, Kowalski.</font>

226
00:12:06,852 --> 00:12:09,105
<i>Houston, this is Explorer, copy.</font></i>

227
00:12:09,355 --> 00:12:11,190
<i>- All right.
- We've lost Houston.</font></i>
228
00:12:11,440 --> 00:12:13,067
<i>- Unh!
- We've lost Houston.</font></i>

229
00:12:13,317 --> 00:12:15,820
Unstrap. Look, we need to
get the hell out of here.</font>

230
00:12:16,070 --> 00:12:18,447
<i>Need some help there, Matt?
- No, don't wait for us.</font></i>

231
00:12:18,697 --> 00:12:19,865
- Unh!
-It's stuck!</font>

232
00:12:20,116 --> 00:12:22,618
Man down! Man down!</font>

233
00:12:23,119 --> 00:12:25,663
<i>Houston, this is Explorer, copy.
Aah!</font></i>

234
00:12:25,913 --> 00:12:27,123
<i>Kowalski, repor--</font></i>

235
00:12:28,958 --> 00:12:31,043
<i>Explorer's been hit. Explorer, do you read?</font></i>

236
00:12:31,293 --> 00:12:32,169
Aah!</font>

237
00:12:32,420 --> 00:12:34,547
Explorer, over. Explorer.</font>

238
00:12:36,715 --> 00:12:40,302
<i>Astronaut is off structure.
Dr. Stone is off structure.</font></i>

239
00:12:40,553 --> 00:12:43,264
<i>- Dr. Stone, detach! You must detach!
- No!</font></i>

240
00:12:43,514 --> 00:12:46,142
<i>If you don't detach,
that arm's gonna carry you too far!</font></i>

241
00:12:46,392 --> 00:12:48,686
<i>- Listen to my voice! You need to focus!
- I can't!</font></i>

242
00:12:48,936 --> 00:12:52,273
<i>I'm losing visual of you.
In a few seconds I won't be able to track you.</font></i>

243
00:12:52,523 --> 00:12:53,482
<i>You need to detach!</font></i>

244
00:12:53,732 --> 00:12:57,319
<i>- I can't see you anymore. Do it now!
- I'm trying! I'm trying!</font></i>

245
00:12:59,447 --> 00:13:01,407
<i>Houston, I've lost visual of Dr. Stone.</font></i>

246
00:13:02,950 --> 00:13:05,703
<i>Houston, I've lost visual of Dr. Stone.</font></i>

247
00:13:13,752 --> 00:13:15,796
<i>Dr. Stone, do you copy?</font></i>

248
00:13:16,046 --> 00:13:17,381
<i>Repeat, do you copy?</font></i>

249
00:13:17,631 --> 00:13:20,718
<i>- Yes, yes, yes, I copy! I'm detached!
- Give me your position.</font></i>

250
00:13:20,968 --> 00:13:23,387
I don't know! I don't know,
I'm spinning! I can't--!</font>

251
00:13:23,637 --> 00:13:24,805
<i>Report your position.</font></i>

252
00:13:25,055 --> 00:13:27,975
GPS is down. I can't-- It's down, I can't--</font>

253
00:13:28,225 --> 00:13:31,437
<i>- Give me a visual.
- I told you, nothing. I see nothing!</font></i>
254
00:13:31,687 --> 00:13:33,564
<i>- Do you have a visual of Explorer?
- No.</font></i>

255
00:13:33,814 --> 00:13:35,483
<i>- Do you have a visual of ISS?
- No.</font></i>

256
00:13:35,733 --> 00:13:39,111
<i>You need to focus. Anything, use
the sun and the Earth, give me coordinates.</font></i>

257
00:13:39,361 --> 00:13:41,906
<i>- I can't breathe! I can't breathe!
- Give me coordinates!</font></i>

258
00:13:43,157 --> 00:13:44,700
<i>Dr. Stone, do you copy?</font></i>

259
00:14:39,004 --> 00:14:41,757
Kowalski? Kowalski, do you copy?</font>

260
00:14:43,050 --> 00:14:46,887
Kowals-- I have a vis--
Kowalski, I have a visual.</font>

261
00:14:47,137 --> 00:14:49,807
I have a visual of Explorer.</font>

262
00:14:50,057 --> 00:14:53,644
With north at 12 o'clock...</font>

263
00:14:54,103 --> 00:14:57,064
...and the shuttle is at the center of the dial.</font>

264
00:14:59,525 --> 00:15:02,194
I can see the Chinese station.</font>

265
00:15:03,279 --> 00:15:05,698
No, it's the International Space Station.</font>

266
00:15:06,323 --> 00:15:07,908
ISS is at...</font>

267
00:15:09,118 --> 00:15:11,704
<i>ISS is at 7 o'clock.</font></i>

268
00:15:19,545 --> 00:15:21,797
Lieutenant Kowalski, do you copy?</font>

269
00:15:27,428 --> 00:15:29,430
Explorer, do you copy?</font>

270
00:15:38,564 --> 00:15:40,774
Houston, do you copy?</font>

271
00:15:45,112 --> 00:15:48,157
Houston, this is
Mission Specialist Ryan Stone.</font>

272
00:15:48,407 --> 00:15:52,369
I am off structure and I am drifting.
Do you copy?</font>

273
00:15:58,542 --> 00:15:59,835
Anyone...?</font>

274
00:16:04,006 --> 00:16:05,507
anybody- - -?</font>

275
00:16:08,093 --> 00:16:09,637
Do you copy?</font>

276
00:16:13,599 --> 00:16:15,184
Please copy.</font>

277
00:16:17,561 --> 00:16:18,771
Please.</font>

278
00:16:38,624 --> 00:16:39,917
<i>Dr. Stone, do you copy?</font></i>

279
00:16:40,167 --> 00:16:43,253
Yeah, Lieutenant Kowalski, yes.
Yes, Lieutenant Kowalski, I'm here!</font>

280
00:16:43,504 --> 00:16:46,632
<i>- Repeat, do you copy?
- Yes, yes, I copy, I'm here. I'm here.</font></i>
281
00:16:46,882 --> 00:16:48,175
<i>Flash your light.</font></i>

282
00:16:48,425 --> 00:16:50,803
<i>- My light?
- Flash it so I can see you.</font></i>

283
00:16:51,053 --> 00:16:52,221
Okay.</font>

284
00:16:54,848 --> 00:16:58,143
Okay, okay. Here, here! I'm here!</font>

285
00:16:58,394 --> 00:17:00,604
<i>There you are. Hang on tight.</font></i>

286
00:17:00,854 --> 00:17:02,398
<i>Report your status.</font></i>

287
00:17:02,648 --> 00:17:04,566
I'm fine, I'm fine. I'm all right.</font>

288
00:17:04,817 --> 00:17:06,902
<i>Your status. Give me your readings.</font></i>

289
00:17:07,152 --> 00:17:08,862
Three... Three...</font>

290
00:17:09,113 --> 00:17:11,156
Three-point-six PSI.</font>

291
00:17:11,532 --> 00:17:13,534
<i>Your O2, give me your O2.</font></i>

292
00:17:13,784 --> 00:17:17,788
Oxygen is going down. It's going
down fast. It's going down fast. Nine--</font>

293
00:17:18,414 --> 00:17:19,707
No, 8 percent.</font>

294
00:17:19,957 --> 00:17:21,333
<i>You're breathing too fast.</font></i>

295
00:17:21,583 --> 00:17:23,627
<i>You're burning oxygen,
and we don't wanna do that.</font></i>

296
00:17:23,877 --> 00:17:25,587
<i>We wanna relax. Copy?</font></i>

297
00:17:25,838 --> 00:17:27,423
Okay, sorry. Yes, copy.</font>

298
00:17:27,673 --> 00:17:30,092
- All right. Nearly there.
- Copy. Please hurry.</font>

299
00:17:31,343 --> 00:17:33,220
<i>You can holster that torch, Dr. Stone.</font></i>

300
00:17:33,470 --> 00:17:35,848
Sorry. Sorry.</font>

301
00:17:39,226 --> 00:17:41,145
- Aah!
- Gotcha.</font>

302
00:17:41,395 --> 00:17:44,523
All right, now I'm gonna tether you to me.</font>

303
00:17:46,442 --> 00:17:49,820
I know, you never realized
how devastatingly good-looking I am.</font>

304
00:17:50,070 --> 00:17:53,782
But I need you to stop staring
and help me with the tether.</font>

305
00:17:54,032 --> 00:17:54,992
Okay?</font>

306
00:17:55,242 --> 00:17:56,994
Okay. Okay.</font>

307
00:17:57,286 --> 00:17:59,246
Uh, I got it.</font>

308
00:17:59,997 --> 00:18:01,915
All right, here we go.</font>
309
00:18:02,166 --> 00:18:05,335
Now, to clear you from the jets,
I'm gonna give you a little push.</font>

310
00:18:05,586 --> 00:18:07,254
- No, no, no.
- Not a push.</font>

311
00:18:07,504 --> 00:18:08,630
A nudge.</font>

312
00:18:08,881 --> 00:18:11,216
No, no, no! Damn it, no!</font>

313
00:18:19,099 --> 00:18:21,727
See? Where you go, I go.</font>

314
00:18:27,316 --> 00:18:28,567
Better.</font>

315
00:18:29,777 --> 00:18:31,153
Let's get out of here.</font>

316
00:18:33,197 --> 00:18:36,116
- Goddamn it! Agh.
- I know what you mean.</font>

317
00:18:36,700 --> 00:18:37,868
Damn it.</font>

318
00:18:38,118 --> 00:18:39,953
You're burning oxygen.</font>

319
00:18:40,204 --> 00:18:43,874
We're going back to the shuttle.
How's that for a plan? Copy?</font>

320
00:18:44,124 --> 00:18:45,083
Fuck!</font>

321
00:18:45,334 --> 00:18:46,877
Right. Copy that.</font>

322
00:18:47,252 --> 00:18:49,129
Houston, in the blind. This is Kowalski.</font>

323
00:18:49,379 --> 00:18:51,757
Dr. Stone and I are gonna
make our way back to base.</font>

324
00:18:52,007 --> 00:18:55,385
Can you get the Explorer to prepare
the airlock for arrival? Copy?</font>

325
00:18:56,136 --> 00:18:59,306
Houston, this is Kowalski.
How do you copy?</font>

326
00:18:59,765 --> 00:19:02,100
Houston, in the blind. This is Kowalski.</font>

327
00:19:02,351 --> 00:19:03,435
They can't hear us.</font>

328
00:19:03,685 --> 00:19:05,938
We don't know that.
That's why we keep talking.</font>

329
00:19:06,188 --> 00:19:09,316
If somebody is listening,
they might just save your life.</font>

330
00:19:09,566 --> 00:19:11,610
Set your watch for 90 minutes.</font>

331
00:19:12,361 --> 00:19:14,571
- Why 90?
- Houston clocked that debris...</font>

332
00:19:14,822 --> 00:19:16,782
...at 50,000 miles an hour.</font>

333
00:19:17,032 --> 00:19:18,742
If you factor in our current orbit...</font>

334
00:19:18,992 --> 00:19:22,621
...then I figure we got about 90 minutes
before we get our asses kicked again.</font>

335
00:19:22,871 --> 00:19:24,706
O2 down to 6 percent.</font>

336
00:19:25,165 --> 00:19:29,169
Okay. Pretty scary shit
being untethered up here, isn't it?</font>

337
00:19:30,546 --> 00:19:32,756
Yeah, pretty scary shit.</font>

338
00:19:33,507 --> 00:19:35,008
Well, you did all right.</font>

339
00:19:38,136 --> 00:19:40,430
Well, you weren't so bad yourself.</font>

340
00:19:44,017 --> 00:19:46,436
Houston, in the blind. This is Kowalski.</font>

341
00:19:46,687 --> 00:19:49,064
Our current location is approximately...</font>

342
00:19:49,314 --> 00:19:52,025
<i>...900 meters out from the Explorer.</font></i>

343
00:19:52,734 --> 00:19:55,028
Dr. Stone and I would like to
retrieve the body...</font>

344
00:19:55,279 --> 00:19:57,030
...of Mission Specialist Sharif f...</font>

345
00:19:57,281 --> 00:19:59,157
...and return it to the shuttle.</font>

346
00:19:59,408 --> 00:20:01,368
Am I a go to retrieve?</font>

347
00:20:03,704 --> 00:20:05,205
Roger that.</font>

348
00:20:05,455 --> 00:20:07,416
Where is he? Where is he?</font>

349
00:20:31,231 --> 00:20:32,608
Oh, my God.</font>
350
00:20:34,735 --> 00:20:36,862
Oh, my God. Oh, my God.</font>

351
00:20:41,325 --> 00:20:42,492
Grab him!</font>

352
00:20:45,746 --> 00:20:46,997
Grab him! Agh!</font>

353
00:20:47,247 --> 00:20:48,415
I'm trying, I'm trying!</font>

354
00:20:53,253 --> 00:20:54,504
You're pulling me away.</font>

355
00:20:54,755 --> 00:20:55,756
I got him!</font>

356
00:20:56,006 --> 00:20:58,300
- Clutch him like he's your valentine.
- I got him.</font>

357
00:20:58,550 --> 00:21:01,553
I can't engage my thrust
with you two yo-yoing around.</font>

358
00:21:31,750 --> 00:21:33,377
Jesus Christ.</font>

359
00:21:34,044 --> 00:21:36,880
<i>Here's hoping you have a hell
of an insurance policy, Houston.</font></i>

360
00:21:37,130 --> 00:21:39,383
The damages to Explorer...</font>

361
00:21:39,633 --> 00:21:41,635
<i>...are catastrophic.</font></i>

362
00:21:41,885 --> 00:21:43,637
<i>Will commence search for survivors.</font></i>

363
00:21:43,887 --> 00:21:45,931
<i>O2 down to 5 percent.</font></i>
364
00:21:46,515 --> 00:21:48,850
All right, here we go. Careful of the edges!</font>

365
00:21:57,484 --> 00:21:59,361
Here. Here!</font>

366
00:22:50,912 --> 00:22:53,040
Houston, in the blind. To confirm:</font>

367
00:22:53,582 --> 00:22:57,044
Mission Specialist Dr. Stone and
Mission Commander Matthew Kowalski...</font>

368
00:22:57,294 --> 00:23:01,006
...are the sole survivors of the STS-157.</font>

369
00:23:03,175 --> 00:23:04,551
I apologize for not complying.</font>

370
00:23:04,801 --> 00:23:07,596
I should've stopped working
as soon as you instructed me to.</font>

371
00:23:07,846 --> 00:23:09,306
We were gonna get hit no matter what.</font>

372
00:23:09,556 --> 00:23:11,725
There was nothing you could do
to change that.</font>

373
00:23:15,604 --> 00:23:16,855
Hey-</font>

374
00:23:17,105 --> 00:23:18,356
Yes?</font>

375
00:23:18,607 --> 00:23:19,775
All right...</font>

376
00:23:20,442 --> 00:23:22,819
...we have to make our way
to the space station.</font>

377
00:23:23,904 --> 00:23:25,322
Over there.</font>

378
00:23:26,740 --> 00:23:27,949
It's a bit of a hike...</font>

379
00:23:28,200 --> 00:23:32,204
...but we need to use their escape pod,
the Soyuz, to get back to Earth.</font>

380
00:23:32,537 --> 00:23:33,705
Agreed?</font>

381
00:23:35,248 --> 00:23:36,708
Dr. Stone...</font>

382
00:23:37,334 --> 00:23:38,710
...agreed?</font>

383
00:23:39,669 --> 00:23:41,171
Agreed.</font>

384
00:23:41,630 --> 00:23:43,924
All right. After you.</font>

385
00:23:45,759 --> 00:23:47,219
Oh, God.</font>

386
00:23:56,853 --> 00:23:59,564
<i>Houston, in the blind. This is Kowalski.</font></i>

387
00:23:59,815 --> 00:24:03,235
<i>Dr. Stone and I have determined
to proceed to ISS...</font></i>

388
00:24:03,485 --> 00:24:06,571
<i>...and use one of their Soyuz for reentry.</font></i>

389
00:24:07,072 --> 00:24:09,366
<i>ISS, if you hear us...</font></i>

390
00:24:10,075 --> 00:24:12,369
<i>...we could sure use a rescue mission.</font></i>

391
00:24:26,258 --> 00:24:28,468
<i>O2 down to 2 percent.</font></i>
392
00:24:28,718 --> 00:24:30,053
<i>We're getting there.</font></i>

393
00:24:31,680 --> 00:24:33,348
<i>Beautiful, don't you think?</font></i>

394
00:24:34,891 --> 00:24:36,059
<i>What?</font></i>

395
00:24:36,434 --> 00:24:37,853
The sunrise.</font>

396
00:24:39,521 --> 00:24:41,439
That's what I'm gonna miss the most.</font>

397
00:24:46,820 --> 00:24:49,239
So where's home, Dr. Stone?</font>

398
00:24:52,159 --> 00:24:54,369
Ryan, where's home?</font>

399
00:24:56,079 --> 00:24:57,747
- Home?
- Mm-hm.</font>

400
00:24:58,290 --> 00:25:01,084
Down there. Mother Earth.</font>

401
00:25:01,877 --> 00:25:03,295
Where do you pitch your tent?</font>

402
00:25:07,132 --> 00:25:08,842
Lake Zurich.</font>

403
00:25:09,092 --> 00:25:10,677
Where the hell is that?</font>

404
00:25:13,847 --> 00:25:14,890
Illinois.</font>

405
00:25:15,140 --> 00:25:18,143
Illinois. Central time zone.</font>

406
00:25:19,144 --> 00:25:21,229
That would make it roughly...</font>

407
00:25:21,813 --> 00:25:23,273
...8 p.m.</font>

408
00:25:23,565 --> 00:25:26,902
What are the good people of Lake Zurich
doing at 8:00?</font>

409
00:25:28,361 --> 00:25:29,696
I don't know.</font>

410
00:25:30,071 --> 00:25:32,616
I'm not gonna make it.
I'm slowing you down.</font>

411
00:25:32,866 --> 00:25:34,409
What would you be doing?</font>

412
00:25:37,162 --> 00:25:38,747
Come on, Ryan.</font>

413
00:25:39,289 --> 00:25:40,999
It's 8200.</font>

414
00:25:41,333 --> 00:25:44,669
You've just left the hospital
after an 18-hour shift.</font>

415
00:25:45,378 --> 00:25:46,546
Driving home.</font>

416
00:25:50,300 --> 00:25:51,635
The radio.</font>

417
00:25:53,511 --> 00:25:55,472
I listen to the radio.</font>

418
00:25:56,139 --> 00:25:58,266
There we go. Let me guess.</font>

419
00:25:58,516 --> 00:25:59,809
NPR?</font>

420
00:26:00,060 --> 00:26:01,394
Classical?</font>

421
00:26:01,645 --> 00:26:03,188
Ton 40?</font>

422
00:26:06,149 --> 00:26:10,153
Anything. I don't care,
as long as they don't talk. I just drive.</font>

423
00:26:12,405 --> 00:26:14,574
And where are you driving to?</font>

424
00:26:16,993 --> 00:26:18,495
I just drive.</font>

425
00:26:19,496 --> 00:26:21,331
What do you miss down there?</font>

426
00:26:22,916 --> 00:26:24,793
Is there a Mr. Stone?</font>

427
00:26:26,211 --> 00:26:27,212
No.</font>

428
00:26:27,921 --> 00:26:29,297
Nobody special?</font>

429
00:26:32,384 --> 00:26:34,636
Somebody down there looking up...</font>

430
00:26:34,886 --> 00:26:36,554
...thinking about you?</font>

431
00:26:38,807 --> 00:26:39,975
Ryan?</font>

432
00:26:47,065 --> 00:26:48,692
I had a daughter.</font>

433
00:26:59,452 --> 00:27:01,121
She was 4.</font>

434
00:27:03,707 --> 00:27:05,125
She was at school playing tag.</font>
435
00:27:05,959 --> 00:27:08,420
Slipped, hit her head, and that was it.</font>

436
00:27:10,922 --> 00:27:12,632
Stupidest thing.</font>

437
00:27:18,847 --> 00:27:21,558
I was driving when I got the call, so...</font>

438
00:27:22,767 --> 00:27:25,270
Ever since then, that's what I do.</font>

439
00:27:26,271 --> 00:27:27,731
I wake up...</font>

440
00:27:28,857 --> 00:27:30,525
...I go to work...</font>

441
00:27:30,817 --> 00:27:32,610
...and I just drive.</font>

442
00:27:59,637 --> 00:28:01,973
O2 down to 1 percent.</font>

443
00:28:14,110 --> 00:28:16,237
Well, I've got good news and bad news.</font>

444
00:28:16,488 --> 00:28:18,990
The good news is, we're about 5 minutes
from the ISS...</font>

445
00:28:19,240 --> 00:28:21,576
...and I know where the Russians
stash their vodka.</font>

446
00:28:21,826 --> 00:28:25,038
And that is good,
because I'm running on fumes here.</font>

447
00:28:25,288 --> 00:28:26,164
The bad news is...</font>

448
00:28:26,414 --> 00:28:29,376
...I'm gonna be about 10 minutes short
of breaking Anatoly's record, and--</font>

449
00:28:31,002 --> 00:28:32,504
- Agh!
- What?</font>

450
00:28:33,004 --> 00:28:35,256
I'm redlining. My O2 tank pressure is low.</font>

451
00:28:35,507 --> 00:28:38,385
Your tank is out of oxygen,
but you still have it in your suit.</font>

452
00:28:38,635 --> 00:28:39,302
Got it.</font>

453
00:28:39,552 --> 00:28:41,054
So you have to sip, not gulp.</font>

454
00:28:42,555 --> 00:28:43,973
Wine, not beer.</font>

455
00:28:44,224 --> 00:28:45,767
Sip, Ryan.</font>

456
00:28:46,476 --> 00:28:49,396
Houston, in the blind,
we have a visual of the ISS.</font>

457
00:28:49,646 --> 00:28:52,565
The station must have been evacuated
because the first Soyuz...</font>

458
00:28:52,816 --> 00:28:55,735
...is missing. The second Soyuz
exhibits surface damage...</font>

459
00:28:55,985 --> 00:28:57,779
...and its chute has been deployed.</font>

460
00:28:58,029 --> 00:29:01,616
Any use as an escape pod for reentry
is impossible.</font>

461
00:29:01,866 --> 00:29:04,202
Shouldn't we be turning?
We're drifting again.</font>

462
00:29:04,452 --> 00:29:06,996
Not yet.
I wasn't kidding about those fumes.</font>

463
00:29:07,247 --> 00:29:09,666
This can has one or two good thrusts left...</font>

464
00:29:09,916 --> 00:29:11,251
...if we're lucky.</font>

465
00:29:23,930 --> 00:29:25,140
Steady.</font>

466
00:29:34,858 --> 00:29:36,109
Aim.</font>

467
00:29:36,985 --> 00:29:38,236
Fire.</font>

468
00:29:44,033 --> 00:29:47,078
- Brake! Brake. You have to brake!
- I can't, the can's...</font>

469
00:29:47,328 --> 00:29:50,123
...empty. We're gonna hit hard.
Grab ahold of anything you can!</font>

470
00:30:02,093 --> 00:30:03,511
What do I do?</font>

471
00:30:04,596 --> 00:30:06,097
What do I do?</font>

472
00:30:15,315 --> 00:30:15,899
Ryan!</font>

473
00:30:21,362 --> 00:30:24,782
The tether broke, I'm detached!
I'm detached!</font>

474
00:30:25,033 --> 00:30:26,284
Grab ahold!</font>

475
00:30:28,786 --> 00:30:29,621
Grab anything!</font>

476
00:30:46,179 --> 00:30:47,305
Ryan!</font>

477
00:30:49,265 --> 00:30:51,559
- Give me five.
- I've got you.</font>

478
00:30:51,976 --> 00:30:53,895
I've got you. Right here.</font>

479
00:30:57,398 --> 00:30:58,441
Shit!</font>

480
00:30:58,691 --> 00:31:01,027
No,no,no!</font>

481
00:31:02,487 --> 00:31:03,488
Got you.</font>

482
00:31:12,830 --> 00:31:14,082
Got you.</font>

483
00:31:17,335 --> 00:31:19,879
You just hold on,
and I'm gonna start pulling you in.</font>

484
00:31:20,129 --> 00:31:20,797
Hey, doc.</font>

485
00:31:21,047 --> 00:31:22,632
Just hold on. Hang on.</font>

486
00:31:22,882 --> 00:31:25,093
- I am gonna pull you in.
- Ryan, listen.</font>

487
00:31:25,343 --> 00:31:26,427
You have to let me go.</font>

488
00:31:26,678 --> 00:31:28,012
- No.
- The ropes are too loose.</font>
489
00:31:28,263 --> 00:31:29,264
I'm pulling you with me.</font>

490
00:31:29,514 --> 00:31:32,267
- Let me go or we both die.
- I'm not letting you go!</font>

491
00:31:32,517 --> 00:31:33,810
We're fine! Unh.</font>

492
00:31:34,060 --> 00:31:35,144
- Agh!
- No.</font>

493
00:31:40,567 --> 00:31:41,651
Ryan, let go.</font>

494
00:31:41,901 --> 00:31:43,653
No. No.</font>

495
00:31:44,028 --> 00:31:46,072
You're not going anywhere.
You're not going anywhere.</font>

496
00:31:46,698 --> 00:31:48,866
-It's not up to you.
- No, no, no.</font>

497
00:31:49,117 --> 00:31:51,119
Please don't do this.</font>

498
00:31:51,369 --> 00:31:53,454
Please, please, please. Please don't do this.</font>

499
00:31:53,705 --> 00:31:56,457
Please don't do this. No, no, no.
Please don't, Matt.</font>

500
00:31:56,708 --> 00:31:58,334
Please don't do this.</font>

501
00:32:00,962 --> 00:32:02,714
You're gonna make it, Ryan.</font>

502
00:32:04,090 --> 00:32:05,300
No!</font>

503
00:32:26,404 --> 00:32:29,991
I had you. I had you. I had you.</font>

504
00:32:45,673 --> 00:32:47,342
<i>Ryan, do you hear me?</font></i>

505
00:32:50,136 --> 00:32:51,554
<i>Do you copy?</font></i>

506
00:32:52,138 --> 00:32:55,391
My CO2 alarm went off.
My CO2 alarm went off.</font>

507
00:32:55,642 --> 00:32:57,685
<i>Look, you need to board the station.</font></i>

508
00:32:58,227 --> 00:32:59,854
<i>Do you see the airlock?</font></i>

509
00:33:09,280 --> 00:33:10,615
<i>Hey, Ryan.</font></i>

510
00:33:11,532 --> 00:33:12,909
<i>You COPY?</font></i>

511
00:33:14,535 --> 00:33:16,245
<i>Look for the airlock.</font></i>

512
00:33:19,123 --> 00:33:21,834
<i>It's above you, next to the Zarya module.</font></i>

513
00:33:25,338 --> 00:33:26,631
<i>You see it?</font></i>

514
00:33:26,881 --> 00:33:30,176
Yes. Yes, I see it. I see it.</font>

515
00:33:30,426 --> 00:33:33,221
<i>All right, good. That's where you wanna go.</font></i>

516
00:33:33,680 --> 00:33:35,807
<i>Now you're getting light-headed, right?</font></i>
517
00:33:36,057 --> 00:33:37,684
Yeah. Yes.</font>

518
00:33:38,434 --> 00:33:40,269
<i>That's because you're breathing CO2.</font></i>

519
00:33:40,520 --> 00:33:42,271
<i>You're losing consciousness.</font></i>

520
00:33:42,522 --> 00:33:44,065
<i>You need to board the station.</font></i>

521
00:33:44,315 --> 00:33:45,400
Okay.</font>

522
00:33:45,983 --> 00:33:48,903
<i>That second Soyuz
is too damaged for reentry...</font></i>

523
00:33:49,153 --> 00:33:51,948
<i>...but it's perfectly fine
for a little Sunday drive.</font></i>

524
00:33:52,198 --> 00:33:53,574
Sunday drive?</font>

525
00:33:54,075 --> 00:33:55,576
<i>Look to the west.</font></i>

526
00:33:57,036 --> 00:33:59,122
<i>You see that dot in the distance?</font></i>

527
00:33:59,372 --> 00:34:00,790
<i>That's a Chinese station.</font></i>

528
00:34:01,040 --> 00:34:01,791
Yes.</font>

529
00:34:02,041 --> 00:34:05,086
<i>You're gonna take the Soyuz,
and you're gonna cruise over there.</font></i>

530
00:34:06,212 --> 00:34:08,881
<i>Chinese lifeboat is a Shenzhou.</font></i>
531
00:34:09,424 --> 00:34:10,842
I've never flown a Shenzhou.</font>

532
00:34:11,092 --> 00:34:12,135
<i>It doesn't matter.</font></i>

533
00:34:12,385 --> 00:34:15,680
<i>Its reentry protocol is identical to the Soyuz.</font></i>

534
00:34:16,639 --> 00:34:17,932
Okay.</font>

535
00:34:19,767 --> 00:34:22,103
<i>You never flown the Soyuz either?</font></i>

536
00:34:22,437 --> 00:34:24,063
Only a simulator.</font>

537
00:34:24,564 --> 00:34:26,190
<i>Well, then you know.</font></i>

538
00:34:28,735 --> 00:34:30,069
But I crashed it.</font>

539
00:34:30,319 --> 00:34:33,197
<i>It's a simulator, that's what it's designed for.</font></i>

540
00:34:35,992 --> 00:34:37,243
Every time.</font>

541
00:34:37,618 --> 00:34:39,412
I crashed it every time.</font>

542
00:34:39,662 --> 00:34:42,915
<i>You point the damn thing
at Earth. It's not rocket science.</font></i>

543
00:34:43,791 --> 00:34:47,795
<i>And by this time tomorrow, you're gonna be
back in Lake Zurich with a hell of a story to tell.</font></i>

544
00:34:48,796 --> 00:34:50,131
<i>You COPY?</font></i>

545
00:34:51,758 --> 00:34:53,301
<i>Ryan, you copy?</font></i>

546
00:34:53,551 --> 00:34:56,262
- I'm gonna take the Soyuz and come get you.
- No, you're not.</font>

547
00:34:56,512 --> 00:34:59,182
<i>- I'm coming to get you.
- I've got too much of a head start.</font></i>

548
00:34:59,432 --> 00:35:02,852
<i>- I'm coming to get you.
- I'm afraid that ship already sailed.</font></i>

549
00:35:03,686 --> 00:35:06,063
<i>Ryan, you're gonna have to learn to let go.</font></i>

550
00:35:06,939 --> 00:35:08,566
<i>- But I--
- I wanna hear you say...</font></i>

551
00:35:08,816 --> 00:35:09,817
<i>...you're gonna make it.</font></i>

552
00:35:11,819 --> 00:35:13,529
<i>Come on, Ryan, say it.</font></i>

553
00:35:15,406 --> 00:35:16,824
I'm gonna make it.</font>

554
00:35:17,074 --> 00:35:18,951
<i>All right. Keep going.</font></i>

555
00:35:20,161 --> 00:35:23,206
<i>What kind of a name is Ryan for a girl?</font></i>

556
00:35:24,749 --> 00:35:26,375
Dad wanted a boy.</font>

557
00:35:26,876 --> 00:35:28,920
<i>Are you close to the airlock?</font></i>

558
00:35:29,712 --> 00:35:30,922
Not yet.</font>
559
00:35:31,172 --> 00:35:32,507
<i>Keep going.</font></i>

560
00:35:32,965 --> 00:35:35,718
<i>So now that we have some distance
between us...</font></i>

561
00:35:35,968 --> 00:35:37,678
<i>...you're attracted to me, right?</font></i>

562
00:35:37,929 --> 00:35:38,638
What?</font>

563
00:35:38,888 --> 00:35:42,433
<i>Well, people say I have beautiful blue eyes.</font></i>

564
00:35:46,729 --> 00:35:48,147
You have beautiful--</font>

565
00:35:48,815 --> 00:35:50,525
You have beautiful blue eyes.</font>

566
00:35:50,775 --> 00:35:52,235
<i>I have brown eyes.</font></i>

567
00:35:55,613 --> 00:35:57,532
<i>Hey, you wanna know the good news?</font></i>

568
00:35:57,782 --> 00:35:58,491
What?</font>

569
00:35:58,741 --> 00:36:00,493
<i>I'm gonna break Anatoly's record...</font></i>

570
00:36:00,743 --> 00:36:02,912
<i>...and I think mine's
gonna stand for a long, long time.</font></i>

571
00:36:03,162 --> 00:36:05,957
Oh, no. I'm coming to get you.</font>

572
00:36:08,960 --> 00:36:10,294
Oh, my God.</font>

573
00:36:10,545 --> 00:36:12,129
What? What?</font>

574
00:36:12,380 --> 00:36:13,798
<i>Wow.</font></i>

575
00:36:15,049 --> 00:36:16,425
<i>Hey, Ryan?</font></i>

576
00:36:16,759 --> 00:36:17,927
Yeah?</font>

577
00:36:18,177 --> 00:36:20,096
<i>You should see the sun on the Ganges.</font></i>

578
00:36:23,015 --> 00:36:24,517
<i>It's amazing.</font></i>

579
00:40:50,533 --> 00:40:53,452
Where are you? Where are you?
Comms. Comms.</font>

580
00:40:53,702 --> 00:40:55,412
There you are. Okay.</font>

581
00:41:06,215 --> 00:41:08,175
Matt, this is Ryan, copy.</font>

582
00:41:11,137 --> 00:41:13,722
Matt, this is Ryan, copy.</font>

583
00:41:16,851 --> 00:41:20,646
Matt, I made it, I'm here,
I'm on the station. Do you copy?</font>

584
00:41:26,652 --> 00:41:28,571
Come on, Matt, talk to me.</font>

585
00:41:28,946 --> 00:41:31,490
Tell me where you are,
give me your position.</font>

586
00:41:32,658 --> 00:41:36,078
Where are you? Give me a visual.
Just tell me what you see.</font>
587
00:41:40,666 --> 00:41:43,752
Oh, come on. You've been yammering
since we left Cape Canaveral.</font>

588
00:41:44,003 --> 00:41:45,921
Now you decide to shut up? Talk to me.</font>

589
00:41:46,172 --> 00:41:49,133
Just say something, say anything.
I don't care.</font>

590
00:41:54,972 --> 00:41:56,682
Hey-</font>

591
00:41:57,725 --> 00:42:00,853
Tell me about, uh, Mardi Gras.
Tell me about the hairy guy.</font>

592
00:42:01,103 --> 00:42:02,938
Huh? Tell me what happened.</font>

593
00:42:03,439 --> 00:42:05,566
What happened to the, uh, hairy guy?</font>

594
00:42:11,697 --> 00:42:13,365
Please talk to me.</font>

595
00:42:17,912 --> 00:42:19,246
Please.</font>

596
00:42:35,054 --> 00:42:36,722
Houston, in the blind...</font>

597
00:42:39,099 --> 00:42:43,103
...this is Mission Specialist Ryan Stone
reporting from the ISS.</font>

598
00:42:45,022 --> 00:42:47,858
All communications with
Mission Commander Matthew Kowalski...</font>

599
00:42:48,108 --> 00:42:49,568
...have been lost.</font>

600
00:42:52,780 --> 00:42:54,949
Radio transmission absent.</font>

601
00:42:57,076 --> 00:42:58,911
Visuals nonexistent.</font>

602
00:43:01,413 --> 00:43:02,998
To confirm...</font>

603
00:43:03,749 --> 00:43:06,752
...l, Ryan Stone, am the sole survivor...</font>

604
00:43:07,127 --> 00:43:09,546
...of STS-157.</font>

605
00:43:22,977 --> 00:43:24,186
What now?</font>

606
00:43:52,548 --> 00:43:53,841
Agh.</font>

607
00:45:00,866 --> 00:45:01,950
Okay.</font>

608
00:45:04,953 --> 00:45:07,039
Okay. Where is it, where is it?</font>

609
00:45:07,289 --> 00:45:09,333
Where is the power? Here you are.</font>

610
00:45:12,127 --> 00:45:13,962
Okay, great, just like training.</font>

611
00:45:14,838 --> 00:45:16,840
Undocking, undocking.</font>

612
00:45:17,091 --> 00:45:18,425
Undocking.</font>

613
00:45:19,593 --> 00:45:20,636
Red.</font>

614
00:45:25,766 --> 00:45:27,101
Okay.</font>

615
00:45:29,228 --> 00:45:30,979
Okay, where is it?</font>

616
00:45:31,230 --> 00:45:31,939
Where is it?</font>

617
00:45:33,107 --> 00:45:34,274
Come on.</font>

618
00:45:35,109 --> 00:45:36,360
Okay.</font>

619
00:45:39,738 --> 00:45:42,366
Okay. Okay, I remember this.
I remember this.</font>

620
00:45:56,630 --> 00:45:59,341
Oh, you don't have four minutes.
We're going manual.</font>

621
00:46:00,843 --> 00:46:02,177
Come on.</font>

622
00:46:02,553 --> 00:46:03,762
Okay.</font>

623
00:46:04,263 --> 00:46:07,433
Okay. Activate- Activate undock.</font>

624
00:46:35,586 --> 00:46:37,546
Seven minutes to get out of here.</font>

625
00:46:44,386 --> 00:46:46,472
All right, okay.</font>

626
00:47:02,112 --> 00:47:03,113
What? What, what?</font>

627
00:47:13,415 --> 00:47:14,833
No, no, no!</font>

628
00:47:34,770 --> 00:47:36,396
Unh! Agh.</font>

629
00:47:44,863 --> 00:47:46,281
Stop, stop, Stop!</font>

630
00:48:03,257 --> 00:48:05,342
That's right, that's right.
Come on, come on.</font>

631
00:48:05,592 --> 00:48:08,470
That's right, that's right, that's right.</font>

632
00:48:08,720 --> 00:48:10,013
Ahh.</font>

633
00:48:10,889 --> 00:48:11,473
Come on.</font>

634
00:48:47,968 --> 00:48:48,885
Great.</font>

635
00:49:35,182 --> 00:49:38,935
Clear skies with a chance of satellite debris.</font>

636
00:50:51,758 --> 00:50:55,721
Okay, we detach this and we go home.
Piece of cake.</font>

637
00:51:21,496 --> 00:51:22,706
Okay.</font>

638
00:51:26,793 --> 00:51:28,712
Okay, what do we have?</font>

639
00:51:29,087 --> 00:51:30,881
Okay, all right.</font>

640
00:51:41,516 --> 00:51:42,684
Shit.</font>

641
00:51:50,859 --> 00:51:52,235
Okay, come on.</font>

642
00:51:52,486 --> 00:51:53,820
Come on, come on.</font>

643
00:51:54,070 --> 00:51:55,155
All right.</font>
644
00:53:26,121 --> 00:53:27,873
I hate space.</font>

645
00:53:47,851 --> 00:53:49,102
Shut up.</font>

646
00:53:53,773 --> 00:53:54,941
Okay.</font>

647
00:54:02,908 --> 00:54:04,367
All right.</font>

648
00:54:08,580 --> 00:54:10,081
That's good.</font>

649
00:54:11,583 --> 00:54:12,834
Okay.</font>

650
00:54:14,252 --> 00:54:16,338
Let's stabilize you.</font>

651
00:54:31,478 --> 00:54:32,729
Okay.</font>

652
00:54:34,064 --> 00:54:36,816
Let's go visit the Chinese station.</font>

653
00:54:37,859 --> 00:54:39,235
Houston, in the blind...</font>

654
00:54:39,486 --> 00:54:43,114
Tiangong is approximately
100 kilometers...</font>

655
00:54:43,365 --> 00:54:45,283
...to the west...</font>

656
00:54:45,533 --> 00:54:48,828
...and I am off its course by about...</font>

657
00:54:49,079 --> 00:54:50,622
...13 degrees.</font>

658
00:54:50,872 --> 00:54:53,166
I will correct trajectory.</font>

659
00:55:15,021 --> 00:55:16,189
Okay.</font>

660
00:55:17,190 --> 00:55:18,274
Okay.</font>

661
00:55:19,067 --> 00:55:20,151
Okay.</font>

662
00:55:21,945 --> 00:55:23,154
I will engage S-Ka-Dae...</font>

663
00:55:23,405 --> 00:55:26,282
...in five, four, three...</font>

664
00:55:26,533 --> 00:55:27,784
...two, one.</font>

665
00:55:42,716 --> 00:55:45,260
What's happening, what's happening?
Come on, come on.</font>

666
00:55:48,013 --> 00:55:48,680
One.</font>

667
00:56:03,278 --> 00:56:04,571
Come on, come OH, come on.</font>

668
00:56:09,743 --> 00:56:11,536
You gotta be kidding me.</font>

669
00:56:11,911 --> 00:56:13,747
You gotta be kidding me!</font>

670
00:56:18,585 --> 00:56:19,836
No! Don't you fu--</font>

671
00:56:30,138 --> 00:56:31,973
<i>Houston, in the blind.</font></i>

672
00:56:32,223 --> 00:56:35,060
<i>Houston, in the blind,
this is Dr. Ryan Stone.</font></i>

673
00:56:35,310 --> 00:56:39,314
<i>I'm calling from the Soyuz TMA-14M.</font></i>

674
00:56:39,689 --> 00:56:43,068
<i>I'm currently out of fuel and adrift,
do you copy?</font></i>

675
00:56:45,403 --> 00:56:49,407
<i>Houston. This is Dr. Ryan Stone.</font></i>

676
00:56:49,699 --> 00:56:51,493
<i>Do you copy?</font></i>

677
00:56:55,413 --> 00:56:59,042
<i>Houston. This is Ryan Stone.</font></i>

678
00:56:59,292 --> 00:57:00,502
<i>Do you copy?</font></i>

679
00:57:03,630 --> 00:57:06,716
Houston, this is Mission--
Mission Specialist Ryan Stone.</font>

680
00:57:06,966 --> 00:57:07,967
Do you copy?</font>

681
00:57:10,303 --> 00:57:13,306
Houston. Houston, please confirm identity.</font>

682
00:57:13,556 --> 00:57:16,226
Houston, you're coming in
over an AM frequency. Copy.</font>

683
00:57:18,436 --> 00:57:19,896
Do you copy?</font>

684
00:57:20,271 --> 00:57:23,566
Is this the Chinese station?
Is this Tiangong? Copy.</font>

685
00:57:25,318 --> 00:57:27,070
Mayday, can you copy?</font>

686
00:57:27,320 --> 00:57:29,656
Mayday, mayday. Mayday.</font>

687
00:57:30,198 --> 00:57:33,201
- Mayday.
- Yes, yes. Mayday, mayday.</font>

688
00:57:33,451 --> 00:57:35,995
- Mayday.
- Mayday, mayday.</font>

689
00:57:36,746 --> 00:57:39,082
<i>Aningaaq.</font></i>

690
00:57:41,292 --> 00:57:44,295
- Aningaaq, is that your name?
- Aningaaq.</font>

691
00:57:44,546 --> 00:57:47,882
- Aningaaq is your name? Is that your name?
- Mayday. Aningaaq.</font>

692
00:57:48,133 --> 00:57:50,385
<i>Aningaaq. mayday-</font></i>

693
00:57:50,635 --> 00:57:52,637
No, no, no. No, my name is not mayday.</font>

694
00:57:52,887 --> 00:57:55,140
I'm Stone. Dr. Ryan Stone.</font>

695
00:57:55,390 --> 00:57:56,891
I need help. I am--</font>

696
00:58:00,979 --> 00:58:02,522
Those are dogs.</font>

697
00:58:03,731 --> 00:58:05,108
They're calling from Earth.</font>

698
00:58:08,653 --> 00:58:11,489
- They're calling from Earth.
- Ha-ha-ha!</font>

699
00:58:23,376 --> 00:58:24,794
Aningaaq...</font>
700
00:58:25,795 --> 00:58:28,506
...make your dogs bark again for me,
would you, please?</font>

701
00:58:30,383 --> 00:58:33,094
Your dogs. Dogs, you know.</font>

702
00:58:33,344 --> 00:58:35,597
- Ha-ha-ha!
- Woof, woof. Dogs.</font>

703
00:58:49,652 --> 00:58:50,945
Woof, woof.</font>

704
00:59:19,182 --> 00:59:21,809
Oh, I'm gonna die, Aningaaq.</font>

705
00:59:24,145 --> 00:59:27,357
I know, we're all gonna die.
Everybody knows that.</font>

706
00:59:28,024 --> 00:59:30,360
But I'm gonna die today.</font>

707
00:59:32,862 --> 00:59:34,072
Funny, that.</font>

708
00:59:34,322 --> 00:59:36,282
You know, to know...</font>

709
00:59:39,285 --> 00:59:42,372
But the thing is, it's that I'm still scared.</font>

710
00:59:42,830 --> 00:59:44,791
I'm really scared.</font>

711
00:59:47,460 --> 00:59:51,089
Nobody will mourn for me,
no one will pray for my soul.</font>

712
00:59:54,217 --> 00:59:56,010
Will you mourn for me?</font>

713
00:59:57,512 --> 00:59:59,514
Will you say a prayer for me?</font>

714
01:00:00,098 --> 01:00:01,849
Or is it too late?</font>

715
01:00:06,396 --> 01:00:10,024
I mean, I'd say one for myself,
but I've never prayed in my life, so...</font>

716
01:00:11,567 --> 01:00:13,444
Nobody ever taught me how.</font>

717
01:00:17,699 --> 01:00:19,784
Nobody ever taught me how.</font>

718
01:00:31,129 --> 01:00:32,547
A baby.</font>

719
01:00:45,351 --> 01:00:47,812
There's a baby with you, huh?</font>

720
01:00:50,106 --> 01:00:52,358
Is that a lullaby you're singing?</font>

721
01:00:55,361 --> 01:00:56,821
That's so sweet.</font>

722
01:00:59,324 --> 01:01:01,659
I used to sing to my baby.</font>

723
01:01:05,371 --> 01:01:07,498
I hope I see her soon.</font>

724
01:02:17,652 --> 01:02:21,155
That's nice, Aningaaq.
Keep singing, just like that.</font>

725
01:02:22,824 --> 01:02:25,326
Sing me to sleep, and I'll sleep.</font>

726
01:02:27,036 --> 01:02:30,748
Keep singing. And sing and sing.</font>

727
01:03:00,945 --> 01:03:02,572
No, no, no, don't!</font>
728
01:03:45,656 --> 01:03:48,242
Check your watch.
Thirteen hours and 11 minutes.</font>

729
01:03:48,493 --> 01:03:51,120
Call Anatoly and tell him he's been bumped.</font>

730
01:03:51,370 --> 01:03:53,706
-It's a little gloomy in here, isn't it?
- How did you--?</font>

731
01:03:53,956 --> 01:03:56,751
- Trust me, it's a hell of a story.
- But how did you--?</font>

732
01:03:59,253 --> 01:04:00,546
That's better.</font>

733
01:04:01,422 --> 01:04:04,926
I found a little extra--
A little extra battery power.</font>

734
01:04:05,176 --> 01:04:07,678
It helps that I didn't have you around
to distract me.</font>

735
01:04:07,929 --> 01:04:10,181
I have to say, I'm glad to see you.</font>

736
01:04:10,431 --> 01:04:12,266
I didn't think you were gonna make it.</font>

737
01:04:12,517 --> 01:04:13,935
Did you find the vodka?</font>

738
01:04:15,436 --> 01:04:18,648
- You never told me where it was, so...
- Oh, well...</font>

739
01:04:18,898 --> 01:04:20,441
Ah, ah!</font>

740
01:04:24,237 --> 01:04:25,780
To Anatoly.</font>
741
01:04:32,537 --> 01:04:35,289
Huh? No? All right.</font>

742
01:04:36,332 --> 01:04:37,792
Let's get out of here.</font>

743
01:04:39,585 --> 01:04:41,504
The Chinese station's about 100 miles.</font>

744
01:04:41,754 --> 01:04:44,215
Just a little Sunday drive.</font>

745
01:04:44,465 --> 01:04:45,925
- We can't.
- Sure we can.</font>

746
01:04:46,175 --> 01:04:49,887
- There's no fuel, I tried everything.
- Well, there's always something we can do.</font>

747
01:04:50,137 --> 01:04:51,264
I tried everything.</font>

748
01:04:51,514 --> 01:04:53,140
Did you try the soft landing jets?</font>

749
01:04:53,391 --> 01:04:54,642
They're for landing, so...</font>

750
01:04:54,892 --> 01:04:57,728
Landing is launching. It's the same.
Didn't you learn that in training?</font>

751
01:04:57,979 --> 01:05:01,274
- I never got to land the simulator, I told you.
- But you know about it.</font>

752
01:05:01,524 --> 01:05:04,986
- And I crashed it every time.
- Do you wanna go back or stay here?</font>

753
01:05:08,197 --> 01:05:10,324
I get it, it's nice up here.</font>

754
01:05:13,369 --> 01:05:17,331
You can just shut down all the systems...</font>

755
01:05:18,332 --> 01:05:20,126
...turn out all the lights...</font>

756
01:05:21,002 --> 01:05:24,046
...and just close your eyes
and tune out everybody.</font>

757
01:05:24,463 --> 01:05:26,424
There's nobody up here that can hurt you.</font>

758
01:05:27,174 --> 01:05:28,509
It's safe.</font>

759
01:05:31,804 --> 01:05:34,849
I mean, what's the point of going on?
What's the point of living?</font>

760
01:05:39,395 --> 01:05:43,107
Your kid died.
Doesn't get any rougher than that.</font>

761
01:05:45,651 --> 01:05:48,154
But still, it's a matter of what you do now.</font>

762
01:05:49,655 --> 01:05:53,200
If you decide to go,
then you gotta just get on with it.</font>

763
01:05:53,826 --> 01:05:56,287
Sit back, enjoy the ride.</font>

764
01:05:56,871 --> 01:06:00,291
You gotta plant both your feet
on the ground and start living life.</font>

765
01:06:00,541 --> 01:06:02,001
How did you get here?</font>

766
01:06:02,251 --> 01:06:04,462
I'm telling you, it's a hell of a story.</font>

767
01:06:04,879 --> 01:06:06,213
Hey, Ryan?</font>
768
01:06:06,464 --> 01:06:07,590
What?</font>

769
01:06:08,007 --> 01:06:09,675
It's time to go home.</font>

770
01:06:53,260 --> 01:06:54,679
Landing...</font>

771
01:06:57,056 --> 01:07:00,101
Landing... Landing is launching.</font>

772
01:07:01,644 --> 01:07:02,937
I said...</font>

773
01:07:16,701 --> 01:07:18,327
Okay, landing, landing.</font>

774
01:07:18,577 --> 01:07:20,371
Landing is green.</font>

775
01:07:21,038 --> 01:07:22,289
Agh.</font>

776
01:07:31,006 --> 01:07:32,133
Okay.</font>

777
01:07:33,884 --> 01:07:36,721
Okay, landing. All right.</font>

778
01:07:37,763 --> 01:07:40,349
Okay. Soft landing jets
trigger automatically...</font>

779
01:07:40,599 --> 01:07:42,810
...at 3 meters before landing, so...</font>

780
01:07:45,688 --> 01:07:47,940
Oh, you're a clever son of a bitch, Matt.</font>

781
01:07:48,190 --> 01:07:51,819
I need to... I need to get rid of the Bay-O...</font>

782
01:07:52,069 --> 01:07:54,363
...and the engine module.</font>

783
01:07:55,614 --> 01:07:56,615
Right. Okay.</font>

784
01:07:57,700 --> 01:07:58,284
Okay.</font>

785
01:08:00,870 --> 01:08:01,996
Okay.</font>

786
01:08:04,874 --> 01:08:06,500
Tri-module separation.</font>

787
01:08:07,668 --> 01:08:08,252
Go.</font>

788
01:08:23,350 --> 01:08:24,769
Okay.</font>

789
01:08:25,561 --> 01:08:27,897
Houston, here's the tricky part.</font>

790
01:08:28,481 --> 01:08:30,232
Soyuz has to think...</font>

791
01:08:30,483 --> 01:08:33,819
...we are 3 meters off the Earth.</font>

792
01:08:35,237 --> 01:08:37,698
All right. Okay.</font>

793
01:08:37,990 --> 01:08:39,200
Hey, Matt?</font>

794
01:08:39,825 --> 01:08:41,744
Since I had to listen to endless hours...</font>

795
01:08:41,994 --> 01:08:44,955
...of your storytelling this week,
I need you to do me a favor.</font>

796
01:08:46,916 --> 01:08:49,919
You are gonna see
a little girl with brown hair...</font>
797
01:08:50,169 --> 01:08:52,838
...very messy, lots of knots.</font>

798
01:08:53,088 --> 01:08:54,882
She doesn't like to brush it.</font>

799
01:08:55,299 --> 01:08:56,759
That's okay.</font>

800
01:08:57,384 --> 01:08:59,094
Her name is Sarah.</font>

801
01:08:59,845 --> 01:09:02,223
Can you please tell her...</font>

802
01:09:02,473 --> 01:09:04,975
...that Mama found her red shoe?</font>

803
01:09:05,643 --> 01:09:08,270
She was so worried about that shoe, Matt.</font>

804
01:09:08,729 --> 01:09:10,397
But it was just right under the bed.</font>

805
01:09:14,944 --> 01:09:15,528
Give her...</font>

806
01:09:15,778 --> 01:09:19,281
...a big hug and a big kiss for me
and tell her that Mama misses her.</font>

807
01:09:19,824 --> 01:09:22,409
You tell her that she is my angel.</font>

808
01:09:22,910 --> 01:09:26,121
And she makes me so proud. So, so proud.</font>

809
01:09:31,836 --> 01:09:33,671
And you tell her that I'm not quitting.</font>

810
01:09:40,761 --> 01:09:42,972
You tell her that I love her, Matt.</font>

811
01:09:43,889 --> 01:09:46,392
You tell her that I love her so much.</font>

812
01:09:48,769 --> 01:09:50,479
Can you do that for me?</font>

813
01:09:53,232 --> 01:09:54,733
Roger that.</font>

814
01:09:56,861 --> 01:09:58,320
Here we go.</font>

815
01:10:35,065 --> 01:10:37,526
You're losing altitude, Tiangong.</font>

816
01:10:40,529 --> 01:10:43,616
You keep dropping
and you're gonna kiss the atmosphere.</font>

817
01:10:44,366 --> 01:10:47,077
But not without me
because you're my last ride.</font>

818
01:10:50,956 --> 01:10:52,249
Wait.</font>

819
01:10:59,548 --> 01:11:00,841
Five.</font>

820
01:11:02,051 --> 01:11:03,260
<i>Four.</font></i>

821
01:11:04,386 --> 01:11:05,679
Three...</font>

822
01:11:06,597 --> 01:11:08,432
No more just driving.</font>

823
01:11:09,975 --> 01:11:11,477
Let's go home.</font>

824
01:11:16,815 --> 01:11:19,360
Okay, come on.
Come on. Come on.</font>

825
01:11:20,402 --> 01:11:21,779
Steady, steady.</font>

826
01:11:22,404 --> 01:11:24,782
Come on. Come on. Agh!</font>

827
01:11:28,702 --> 01:11:31,747
Where are you? Where are you?
Forty-five, 90, 180.</font>

828
01:11:31,997 --> 01:11:33,123
One-eighty.</font>

829
01:11:33,582 --> 01:11:34,667
Agh!</font>

830
01:11:40,673 --> 01:11:41,799
Come on.</font>

831
01:11:51,517 --> 01:11:52,685
Okay.</font>

832
01:12:10,035 --> 01:12:11,954
Damn it. Agh!</font>

833
01:12:51,869 --> 01:12:52,995
Agh!</font>

834
01:13:39,625 --> 01:13:41,085
Shit!</font>

835
01:13:50,469 --> 01:13:52,387
<i>Shenzhou, come on.</font></i>

836
01:13:52,679 --> 01:13:54,306
<i>Shenzhou.Shenzhou.</font></i>

837
01:13:54,848 --> 01:13:55,808
Fuck!</font>

838
01:13:56,058 --> 01:13:57,059
Okay, this way.</font>

839
01:14:57,703 --> 01:14:59,913
In the Soyuz, the power button is...</font>
840
01:15:00,539 --> 01:15:01,415
...here.</font>

841
01:15:04,168 --> 01:15:07,087
Okay, uh, undocking, undocking. Um--</font>

842
01:15:07,754 --> 01:15:09,131
Uh, eenie, meenie--</font>

843
01:15:10,382 --> 01:15:12,092
Okay, that doesn't sound good.</font>

844
01:15:12,342 --> 01:15:13,594
Minie...</font>

845
01:15:14,011 --> 01:15:14,761
...mo.</font>

846
01:15:19,683 --> 01:15:21,059
Minie...</font>

847
01:15:21,393 --> 01:15:22,436
...mo.</font>

848
01:15:23,437 --> 01:15:25,314
Okay. Okay, good.</font>

849
01:15:34,364 --> 01:15:36,491
Houston. Houston, in the blind.</font>

850
01:15:36,742 --> 01:15:40,412
This is Mission Specialist Ryan Stone
reporting from the Shenzhou.</font>

851
01:15:40,662 --> 01:15:43,332
I'm about to undock from Tiangong.</font>

852
01:15:44,499 --> 01:15:45,626
Uh...</font>

853
01:15:47,461 --> 01:15:50,714
And I have a bad feeling
about this mission. Ha, ha.</font>
854
01:15:52,674 --> 01:15:55,093
Reminds me of a story, Houston. Aah!</font>

855
01:15:57,179 --> 01:16:01,183
Never-- Never mind the story, Houston.
Never mind the story.</font>

856
01:16:03,602 --> 01:16:06,688
It's getting hot in here. Okay. All right.</font>

857
01:16:07,606 --> 01:16:08,690
Okay.</font>

858
01:16:09,566 --> 01:16:11,443
All right, the way I see it...</font>

859
01:16:11,693 --> 01:16:13,695
...there's only two possible outcomes.</font>

860
01:16:13,946 --> 01:16:15,989
Either I make it down there in one piece...</font>

861
01:16:16,240 --> 01:16:18,659
...and I have one hell of a story to tell...</font>

862
01:16:19,117 --> 01:16:20,953
...or I burn up in the next 10 minutes.</font>

863
01:16:21,203 --> 01:16:22,704
Aah.</font>

864
01:16:23,080 --> 01:16:25,249
Either way, whichever way...</font>

865
01:16:25,707 --> 01:16:28,377
...no harm, no foul! Aah!</font>

866
01:16:35,050 --> 01:16:36,635
Because either way...</font>

867
01:16:38,845 --> 01:16:41,223
...it'll be one hell of a ride.</font>

868
01:16:43,600 --> 01:16:44,893
I'm ready.</font>

869
01:18:51,520 --> 01:18:52,854
<i>Shenzhou, in the blind...</font></i>

870
01:18:53,105 --> 01:18:56,108
<i>...this is Houston. Indicate FM frequency.</font></i>

871
01:18:57,734 --> 01:19:00,112
<i>Our radars detect you on a reentry trajectory.</font></i>

872
01:19:00,362 --> 01:19:02,697
<i>If you copy, please confirm identity.</font></i>

873
01:19:23,885 --> 01:19:24,970
<i>This is Houston...</font></i>

874
01:19:33,937 --> 01:19:35,188
<i>Please confirm identity.</font></i>

875
01:19:35,439 --> 01:19:37,482
<i>Skies over the Midwest
are completely clear--</font></i>

876
01:19:40,318 --> 01:19:42,779
<i>Rescue mission is on the way.</font></i>

877
01:19:46,283 --> 01:19:48,660
<i>Shenzhou, in the blind, this is Houston.</font></i>

878
01:19:50,829 --> 01:19:53,039
<i>We've deployed a rescue mission--</font></i>

879
01:19:55,000 --> 01:19:56,501
Our radar--</font>

880
01:22:44,711 --> 01:22:45,837
Thank you.</font>

881
01:22:53,303 --> 01:22:54,638
No.</font>

882
01:30:49,612 --> 01:30:52,240
Three, two...</font>
883
01:30:52,490 --> 01:30:52,657
<i>...one, mark.</font></i>

884
01:30:52,657 --> 01:30:54,659
<i>...one, mark.</font></i>

885
01:30:54,660 --> 01:30:55,660
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