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Sci-Fi Film 'Europa Report' Sends Astronauts to Icy Jupiter Moon (Photos)

'Europa Report' Poster

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A new science fiction film, 'Europa Report,' is coming in 2013 from Wayfare Entertainment.

'Europa Report' Cockpit 1

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Astronauts work in their spacecraft cockpit in this still from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Cockpit 2

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Astronauts work in their spacecraft cockpit in this still from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Astronaut POV

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An astronaut works outside a spacecraft cockpit in this still from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Spaceship Floating

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A spaceship floats in space in this still from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Exterior Space 1

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An astronaut works in the blackness of space in this still from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Exterior Space 2

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An astronaut works in the blackness of space in this still from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Screenshot

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A video framegrab is seen here, from the 2013 science fiction film ‘Europa Report.’

'Europa Report' Panel in New York

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(L to R) Screenwriter Philip Gelatt, director Sebastian Cordero, actress Karolina Wydra, panel moderator Dave Mosher, composer Bear McCreary and producer Ben Browning participate in a panel discussion during the New York premiere of "Europa Report." Image released on Aug. 1, 2013.

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