5min · Short, Sci-Fi · 27 January 2015
Commander James Morrison, a lone astronaut on a distant planet, scrambles over rough terrain and through dark canyons. He remembers details of his journey, of President Kennedy's fiery "We choose to go to the Moon" speech, and of Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot commentary. He marvels at astronomical wonders, he flees from aliens, and he realizes what solitude really means.
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