Although not a lot of screen time, these graphics play a huge roll in the feel of the film.
An album of all 8,435 ever taken by Apollo astronauts. There could never be too many of these photos.
Fletcher: “I’m simply not comfortable with those letters, something is missing.”
Low: “Well yes, the cross stroke is gone from the letter A.”
Fletcher: “Yes, and that bothers me.”
Fletcher: (long pause) “I just don’t feel we are getting our money’s worth!”
Fletcher: And this color, red, it doesn’t make much sense to me.”
Low: “What would be better?”
Fletcher: “Blue makes more sense… Space is blue.”
Low: “No Dr. Fletcher, Space is black!”
It is also worth checking out some of the additional images of NASA Graphics Standards Manual on Flickr.
1.5 billion pixels compose the biggest image ever taken of the Andromeda Galaxy.
I’d sure imagine it feels odd to operate in a world where this is daily life.