Drink pouches and dehydrated popcorn in hand.
I don’t know if you heard, but Star Wars: The Last Jedi came out last weekend, and if you haven’t seen it, you should because it’s bitchin’.
You can see it in 2D, 3D, 4D, or maybe at a drive-in (if those still exist).
But the coolest way to see the movie isn’t for any of us terrestrial n00bs, because it’s in motherfreaking space. The International Space Station had a showing of The Last Jedi, and geek started oozing out of my pores.
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NASA Astronaut Mark T. Vande Hei tweeted this picture of “movie night.”
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THAT’S RIGHT. They took a galaxy far, far away 240 miles above us into orbit.
Naturally, there were questions.
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But it’s probably good that they see the film so they know how to take out Imperial TIE fighters that whiz past.
It’s scientific. It’s geeky. It’s wonderful. I love it. Where do I get tickets?
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