PG | | Biography, Drama, History
The story of a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space program.
Colors were key to setting the mood of the film. "Cold" sets at NASA - where calculations took place - were filmed in sterile whites, grays, and silvers, in sharp contrast to the "warm" sets of Al Harrison's office and the ladies' homes.
Separate and equal are two different things. Just 'cause it's the way, doesn't make it right, understand?
When the TV commentator is announcing Shepard's launch he states that he will be "launched into space at an altitude of about 116 miles an hour." The units of altitude are feet but the commentator has provided a speed, a speed that is well below the 5,134 miles per hour that he actually travelled at. The peak of his trajectory was in fact 116.5 miles, not miles per hour.
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