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Galaxy Quest - Not Just a Scratch
Remember when the pilot is taking the ship out for the first time and he's drifted to the edge and proceeds to scrape up the nose of the craft...
Well, considering how the ship is shaped, it would be impossible to fly as straight (practically) as he did and just scrape up the nose of the craft. The rear wing would have been destroyed in the process.
However, if the director acknowledges this mistake, it would ruin a great comedic moment.
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Weave writes:
Actually, the ship wasnt flying left, it was still heading straight out of the port. What was happening was the nose of the ship was angling left, leaving the rear of the craft relatively in the same position. At this point, the ship was essentially moving sideways. In the vacuum of space, this doesn't defy any known laws of physics as given enough speed, a pilot could angle the ship to be floating sideways.
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