Most of the space-themed films we've watched before have been synthesized in water or through other special effects. However, in the future, with the efforts of the Russian hardcore film crew, it will become a reality to travel to space to shoot real-life space scenes.
Russia's National Aerospace Corporation announced on the 18th, plans to fly to the International Space Station to shoot the first space film crew has arrived at the Baikonur Cosco launch site.
The film, tentatively titled "Challenge," tells the story of a sick astronaut who is unable to return to Earth for treatment because of his condition, and a surgeon who is urgently sent to space to operate on the astronaut.
The film will show the real universe and orbiting space station for the first time. The director and star will fly to the International Space Station on October 5 aboard the Soyuz spacecraft with Russian cosmonaut Shkaplerov.
Russia's Federal Space Agency has previously said the project is to train non-professional astronauts into space for water testing, in the near future, the space industry may need a large number of non-professional astronauts.