Titanic movie had ‘The Wrong Sky’

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson watched the 1997 film Titanic and noticed the stars above when (spoiler alert) the boat sank. They were not the stars that would have been visible in that location on April 15, 1912. But they will be accurate in the re-release of the film this week. 

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3 thoughts on “Titanic movie had ‘The Wrong Sky’”

  1. The boat sank? Why did you not hide that spoiler alert?!?!?! Now you ruined the film for me–thanks a lot.

    • Tim, I would have thought that the wrong sky would have boiled your crabs long before some silly boat sinking. That Neil DeGrasse Tyson dude is all about some drama, huh? He’s just NOW getting around to watching a movie from 1997? What was he doing back then, telling Jesus how to properly ascend into heaven?

      • He saw the original many years ago, but the subject came up recently because of the re-release…

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