A couple of weeks ago we launched our short film Shoot For The Moon on YouTube. In fourteen days, we’ve racked up 20,000 views, been featured by the world’s leading science and sci-fi outlets (IO9 and TechTimes to name two), been tweeted about by future martian astronauts,  sparked a flame war about the relative benefits on landing on the moon vs asteroids and had our work described as ‘stunning’, ‘remarkably poignant’, ‘extremely touching’ and, my favourite, ‘liberal bullshit’.

Shoot For The Moon was our small way of trying to promote interest in space exploration. It’s heartening to see it spread so far and wide.