In Saturn’s Rings is a Beautiful Journey Through the Cosmos

Released earlier this month, In Saturn’s Rings is a 42-minute movie created by exclusively using real photographs captured by NASA spacecraft. The result is an immersive journey through the cosmos without the use of a second of CGI.

In Saturn’s Rings is directed by Stephen van Vuuren and narrated by Star Trek: The Next Generation’s LeVar Burton. Over 7.5 million photographs were used in creating van Vuuren vision. The photographs were sourced from a number of NASA programs including the Apollo mission, Voyager 1 and 2, Dawn Galileo, and the Hubble Space Telescope. However, much of the spectacular visuals were captured by the Cassini probe.

Catching a screening of In Saturn’s Rings could be tricky as it’s only receiving a limited theatrical screened release. You can find the full screened of theaters the movie will screened in on the In Saturn’s Rings official website.

Andrew Parsonson is a space enthusiast and the founder of Rocket Rundown. He has worked as a journalist and blogger for various industries for over 5 years and has a passion for both fictional and real-life space travel. Currently, Andrew is the primary writer for Rocket Rundown as we look to expand our reach and credibility.