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Galaxy Clusters the Movie: Giants of the Universe

From: Dr. Brian H.
Sent on: Thursday, December 1, 2011 4:27 PM
Dear SoCal Science Cafe members,
My name is Professor Brian Hart of Lipscomb University, and I'm a Ph.D. graduate of UC Irvine.  That's my "California Connection," ha ha. 
The director has called "that's a wrap!" Announcing the premiere of a NEW astronomy documentary film directed by me, produced by myself and Brian Egan, and written by myself with screenplay also by myself and Brian Egan.  It's called, "Galaxy Clusters the Movie: Giants of the Universe!"
David Roberts, a HVAC repairnman who lives in Oak Grove, Minnesota, says of the movie, "I was fortunate enough to receive an advance screening of Galaxy Clusters, and I can say it was a great documentary. The information was clear and concise. I was able to follow along and learn from this even with no background in the subject matter! This video piqued my interest, and made me wish to learn more about the subject matter. Dr. Hart did an excellent job teaching through this video."
Everyone click "like" on my FB page for the movie by December 2, at, to see a new clip on the Chandra X-ray Observatory space telescope, and how it also brought about achievements for Women in Spaceflight.  The Space Shuttle Columbia mission STS-93, commanded by Eileen Collins, the first woman astronaut to both pilot and command the Space Shuttle, placed the Chandra X-Ray Observatory into orbit about the Earth, where it opened new windows on the heavens for X-ray astronomers such as myself.
So come, experience the clash of titans that will shape the fate of the Universe and sign up on the Facebook page - - to get news of when the new movie is coming to Select Theaters in Southern California this March!

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