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BLAST! is High School Friendly!
We would love to see BLAST! get into high schools! And we are very happy to announce that a High School DVD version for classroom use is now available!
We think BLAST! is a great teaching tool for high schools. Here's an article from Funderstanding explaining why:
Paul Devlin: Influencing a Generation of Future Scientists
When filmmaker Paul Devlin was invited to arctic Sweden with his brother, astrophysicist Mark Devlin, Ph.D., he didn’t realize he’d get a documentary out of the process.
Mark asked his brother to join him on the adventure of a lifetime—not only would they be traveling to Sweden, but Paul would be along for the ride as a team of talented scientists attempted to launch a sophisticated telescope above the Earth’s atmosphere.
The goal? Only to uncover the most powerful secrets of the universe.
No big deal, right?
What was initially intended as a one-week trip with his brother turned into an ambitious adventure, as Paul traveled with the team of scientists for six weeks in Sweden, and then for months as they went around the globe to discover new galaxies.
Paul, who earned accolades for documentary films such as Slam Nation, quickly saw the opportunity to tell the story of this team of scientists. The film later became known as Blast!
“We weren’t actually thinking about making a movie,” explained Paul. “While I was there I discovered what a fascinating project this was and what interesting lives the scientists had.”
Read the rest of the article here!
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