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1.567 makes it|8 degrees.
Altair,|Alpha Centauri, Sirius.
Matt Shepherd?
It's just a party,|and he asked me.
He's really nice.
Yeah, to you, maybe.
You guys getting some|good work done over here?
- Yeah.|- Yeah.
Yeah, sounds like it.
What's the bright one?
Mizar.|It's a double star.
Good.|The one next to it?
Good, Biederman,|and the one next to that?
I don't know.
It's Megrez.
I don't think so.
Well, you just said|you didn't know.
Well,|it's not Megrez.
It's something else.
It's south|about 10 degrees.
It's probably|a satellite.
Let's take|another picture.
We'll send it|to Dr Wolf.
Yes, sir.
It's Megrez.
Not Megrez.
It is.
It's not.
It is.
Well, hello there,|little fella.
Do I know you?
Where are you going|in such a hurry?
And there.
Come on.
Damn it!
Come on, you miserable|piece of crap.
# Still on the bottom #
# And he can't #|# dig out of the hole #
Come on, come on.
# You're winning now #
# Driving his future #
# Right into... #
You have reached
the Department|of Planetary Sciences.
# The further he goes... #
If you know the extension|of the person you're calling...
# Bottom, but he can't... #
Ow, Jesus!
Press that number now.
Damn it!
This is relating|to the recall
of American troops|from abroad.
Tragedy struck today|as a charter aircraft
carrying an army unit|returning from duty in Japan
crashed this morning...
White House Press Office
says Secretary of|the Treasury Rittenhouse
is resigning because|his wife is sick.
So who passed|Rittenhouse the hemlock?
AFL/ CIO wanted him off the|Council of Economic Advisors
for not supporting|the pension bill,
and the president's going|to need labour next fall.
And State's still fuming
about the trade office|screw-up at the G-8.
Pentagon is unhappy with his|readiness reduction proposals.
Greenspan|dislikes him.
Christ, who didn't|this guy piss off?
No wonder|the wife's sick.
She's not sick,|she's a drunk.
How do you know that?
Mike Woodward|over at Treasury.
Mrs Rittenhouse started|drinking a couple of years ago
when her husband|had a series of affairs.
Stepped it up last summer after|their son died of leukaemia.
You want to do something on|the price that wives pay?
Mike Woodward?|Wife, 3 kids?
He's been after me|for months.
So I threw him|a breakfast
and hit him up|about Rittenhouse.
Bob Campbell's leaving,|so midnight Saturday
anchor shift|is opening up.
Why would I want|to give up the White House
for a graveyard weekend...
No, no, no,|not for you, for me.
We'll talk|about this later.
Very calm. The president will be|back from Camp David tomorrow.
Business news, Ira.
Just keep working|on Rittenhouse.
Maybe Mike's available|for dinner.
Do the usual research,|background information.
OK, that's it.
Beth, wait.
Listen, Beth, what if|it wasn't permanent?
Oh, God,|Jenny, please.
Honey, this|is how it works.
You've done 2 years|of research.
Now do 3 as|a segment producer.
5 on air doing|domestic features,
another 2 in some|cholera-ridden hellhole.
And then I'll quit
if they don't give you|a weekend anchor shot.
Hello, Caitlin.|There you are.
Are you protecting me|or just holding me back?
- Yes.|- OK.
Rittenhouse tape and text
on my desk by 4:00 tomorrow,
and we'll drop in|the reverses for the 5.
At this moment right now...
Thank you...
The pretty little girls|are walking down the aisle.
They're spreading flowers.
The twins.|What are their names?
Emma and Susanna.
They're walking|down the aisles,
and they're dropping|rose petals,
and everyone's|smiling at them,
and now she's walking|down the aisle.
Yes, and she stands|beside him.
And the priest says,|"Dearly beloved..."
The judge says,|"Blah, blah, blah."
"Sickness and health,|blah, blah, blah."
"Do you, Jason Lerner, take|Chlorine Whatchamacallit?"
Mom, Chloe.
What did I say?
You said "Chlorine".
Her name's Chloe.
Well, it's still|a terrible name.
Jason says, "Lie, lie, lie,|till death do us part,
blah, blah, blah,"
and she says yes,|and he says yes,
and it's kissy, kissy, kissy,|and congratulations.
Jenny, you now have|a new stepmother
who is 2 years older|than you.
The check.
Well, anyway,
as much as I'd like|to stay here
and get silly|with you, Mom,
I can't.|I gotta go.
I know, I know, I know.
I'm sorry about this.
We'll get over it.
I love you.
I love you, too.
Be good.
I was with the secretary
since he's been governor|of Connecticut.
I came to Washington|with him.
I moved here because I was|dedicated to his career.
I trusted the man...
and then he fucked me.
He what?
No, I didn't|have sex with him.
I should say "I" didn't|have sex with him,
but somebody sure did.
It was about to come out,|so he resigned.
But because I was hired from|outside the government pool,
I don't get conveyed|to the next secretary,
so now I'm out a job...
Because he couldn't|keep his hands off women.
Do you have proof?
He thinks he was|being so clever.
He had a private phone line|installed in his office.
Nobody else could answer it.
I picked it up once.
Said hello,|and it's nobody home.
It rings, he shuts the door.
Why not hang a sign?
Do you have a name?
This is what I get
for talking to the press.
I'm selling my soul|right now.
I can feel it.|I can feel it.
I name a name and get|someone into trouble.
So you do have a name.
Just a first name.
Oh, my God.|I'm going to say it.
Ellie. Nothing else?
I think the president|knows about it, too.
Overheard the secretary|talking to him about her.
Isn't Washington sick?
How you doing?
Can I help you?
Well, actually,
we're looking|for your mom.
Is she around?
My mom's sick.|She's not here.
Gosh, I love boats.|Are you going on a trip?
That's exciting. Looks|like a long trip, huh?
So, listen, do you know|where you're going?
She's going|back to the house.
Hey, you want to stop that?
Lily, please.
Lily, that's a pretty name.
Do as I say.|Go on.
If we could just get|a minute of your time.
What do you want from me?
We'd like to talk|about your resignation.
My wife is sick.|She's in the hospital.
That's why I resigned.|Everybody knows this.
We could talk|about your wife,
or we could just|talk about Ellie.
Turn the camera off.
If you want to talk to me,|turn it off.
We know everything.
Nobody knows everything.
Well, we know about|the secret phone lines
and the whispered calls|to the president
and about a secretary|of the Treasury
who's kept his entire|department in the dark
about what|he's really doing...
about a cover story|about his resignation
that just fell through.
You want me to go on?
And you're|just gonna break it?
Well, that's what we do|for a living.
Well, congratulations.
You now have|the biggest story in history.
Good luck to you.
I think it's a mistake|to run the story,
but hey, what the hell?
Why not?
What difference|does anything make any more?
I know you're just a reporter,
but you used to be|a person, right?
I wanted to be with my family.
Can you understand that?
OK, Secretary of the Treasury|Alan Rittenhouse
resigns because of a mistress|named Ellie.
The biggest story|in history?
What an ego.
Now, if it was|the president...
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
The president|has a mistress named Ellie,
and Rittenhouse pretends|that he's having the affair
and takes the fall and resigns,
and the president|buys him a yacht?
Son of a bitch.
Oh, shit.
Oh, shit.
Right! OK, OK!
Oh, God. Oh, God.
FBI. If you would,|please, ma'am.
What do I do|with my car?
We'll take care|of your car.
Just step back|to my car.
Get her car here.
Let's go.
Would you|come this way please?
Morton Entrekin, Ms Lerner.
I'm expected|back at MSNBC at 6:00.
I think|I should be there.
People knew about the Manhattan|Project, you know,
and they kept it a secret.
That was just the creation|of the atom bomb.
Ms Lerner, Tom Beck.
I understand you've come|into some information.
Ms Lerner was just expressing|her lack of enthusiasm
for matters|of national security
where journalistic|competitiveness is at stake.
Mr President,|I'm not interested
in using Ellie to|further my career.
What do you know|about E.L.E.?
I know you should have|picked a better cover story
than a sick wife.
What did I tell you?
We'd always thought|the deadline for going public
was the publication|of the budget,
since we've spent|more money than we can hide.
The budget comes out|in 2 weeks.
I don't suppose I could convince|you to sit on this for 2 weeks.
No such thing as 2 weeks|in the news business.
And I can't appeal|to your sense
of what's in the nation's|best interest?
I always thought|the truth
was in the nation's|best interest.
You want to hold her?
What if we go public|in 48 hours?
Now that's doable,|isn't it?
That would be very|difficult, Mr President.
Morton, if she knows,|how long can it be
before CNN or the "Post"|breaks the story?
This was never|gonna be a secret
as long as you wanted|it to be.
Give us 2 days, Ms Lerner.
You'll get second row,|centre,
at the White House|press conference.
Now, from what I know of your|career, that's a promotion.
I want exclusivity.
Now, listen, young lady.
This is a presidential favour.
I'm letting you go
because I don't want|another headache.
And I'm trusting you
because I know what this|can do for your career.
It might seem|that we have each other
over the same barrel,|Ms Lerner,
but it just seems that way.
I want...
May I...
May I have|the first question?
We'll see you Tuesday,|Ms Lerner.
Come on, come on.
E.L.E., E.L.E.
What's paleontology|have to do with anything?
Come on.
Look who's working late.
How's Rittenhouse going?
No sign of the wife yet.
Is she missing?
No. We're still|working on it.
We'll get there.
I know,|it's a dull story.
Next time we'll get you|something more exciting.
Are you OK?
Want to come|to dinner with us?
I can't.|I have plans.
OK. We'll see you tomorrow.
Thank you.
Ah, here she is.
Hi, Chloe.
Would you like|some champagne, miss?
Martini... big.
I missed you.
I mean we missed you|yesterday.
I must say, I'm...
I'm disturbed that|you didn't come
to our wedding.
Jason, you|promised.
I know I promised,
but it was|a beautiful event,
and I missed her.
You should have been there.
The twins, they were|running around like mad
and throwing flowers.
It was wonderful,|especially Emma.
You know, the little one.|She loves you.
It was beautiful.
She missed you, too.
All right.
This is from us|for you.
Are you not|going to open it?
I knew she wouldn't...
You can exchange them|if you don't like them.
Jenny,|I know this is hard.
I just want you|to be happy.
I would like to propose|a toast to happiness
and to...
Are we going to have|an evening or not?
Jenny, I know|that you hate me.
I know that you have|terrible things
that you want|to say to me.
You have|to get over it.
Life goes on.
Life goes on? OK.
What's so funny?
We'll see.
What's so funny|about "life goes on"?
Life going on?
I don't think it's funny|that life goes on.
Dad, you need to get|back together with Mom.
She's all alone in the world,|and she needs you right now.
I just got married.
I know, and I'm sorry.
Chloe, this has nothing|to do with you.
Well, it has|to do something for me,
for Christ's sake.
This is insane.
I have to apologize|for my daughter.
It's not your fault.
I'm sorry.|I have to go.
I know you think|I'm a bad person.
I'm really not.
And I don't hate you.
I just... I gotta go.
'Cause for her, it doesn't...|Excuse me.
Jenny. Hey.
What are you doing here?
Uh, yeah.
Did Stuart send you here|without telling me?
If Stuart thinks he can push|me out of the White House...
Ms Lerner.|Hi, Beth.
Right this way.
I've got you|right down here.
Excuse me, please.
He'll find you|for the first question.
Then you're on your own.
Hey, how are you?
Ladies and gentlemen.
Ladies and gentlemen,
The president will begin|by addressing the nation.
Please hold your questions|until he's finished his remarks.
Ladies and gentlemen,
the President|of the United States.
Hello, everybody.
- Mr President.|- Hello.
10 seconds,|Mr President.
5, 4.
Good evening.
A few minutes ago|the United States ambassadors
to every country|in the world
told the leaders|of those nations
what I am about|to tell you.
It's a bit complicated,|so it will take some time,
so I hope|you will bear with me,
hear what I have to say.
A little over a year ago,
2 American astronomers,|Marcus Wolf and Leo Biederman,
working on a mountain top|in Arizona...
Nobody say|anything.
Saw something|in the night sky
that caused them|great concern.
A comet.
But the comet was, well...
There was a remote possibility|that the comet was on a path
that could bring it into|direct contact with the Earth.
we get hit all the time|by rocks and meteors,
some of them the size of cars,|some no bigger than your hand.
But the comet we discovered|is the size of New York City.
From the north side|of Central Park to the Battery.
About 7 miles long.
Put another way,
this comet is larger|than Mount Everest.
It weighs 500 billion tons.
Now, chances are...
Astrophysicists, geologists|and climatologists.
Where the hell|is Science?
Check with Tokyo, Tel Aviv.|I want everybody.
The Hale-Bopp stand-ups.
Graphics!|I need graphics!
Comets begin|far out in space.
They're what's left over
from the creation|of the solar system
after the planets were formed|billions of years ago.
These chunks|of space debris
are in an elongated orbit|around our sun,
but every now and then
one of them gets bumped
like a billiard ball|on a pool table
and is knocked|into a different orbit.
If this comet continues|on its path around the sun
and keeps|its present course,
sometime on August 16,|roughly a year from now,
there's a chance|that we might have impact.
So for the past 8 months,|the United States and Russia
have been building the largest|spaceship ever constructed.
It's being built in orbit|around the Earth.
And we call it the "Messiah".
Right now a team of American|astronauts and one Russian
are at Cape Canaveral|in Florida.
In 2 months, they will leave|on the shuttle "Atlantis"
to board the "Messiah".
This is the crew|that will stop the comet.
I'd like the world to meet|some extraordinary people.
First is Mission Commander|Oren Monash.
Commander, would you introduce|us to your team?
I'd be honoured, sir.
Pilot Andrea Baker.
Medical Officer
Gus Partenza.
From Russia,|nuclear specialist
Colonel Mikhail|Tulchinsky.
Navigator|Mark Simon
and Rendezvous Pilot|Spurgeon Tanner.
Hello,|Mr President.
Captain Tanner,|you flew 6 shuttle missions.
You were the last man to walk|on the moon, weren't you?
Yes, sir,
but Oren here|will be doing
most of the flying|on this one.
I'll just|be taking us down
to the comet's|surface.
Well, it's good to know|we're going to have
your kind of experience|up there, Captain.
Thank you, sir.
Godspeed to you all.
We're counting on you.
Thank you, sir.
Got Beijing, Rome,|Sao Paulo, Cairo, Berlin!
Does anyone know how big|the one was
that killed|all the dinosaurs?
Something majestic, mysterious,|with a fanfare for the intro
and a theme|for the longer promos.
You want it hitting|the goddam Earth?
Well, that's what he's saying.|Bring that up again.
It'll scare the shit|out of them.
We will not tolerate any|disruption of our way of life.
Our society will|continue as normal.
Work will go on.|You will pay your bills.
There will be no hoarding.
There will be|no sudden profiteering.
I'm freezing all wages,|all prices.
What a bottle of water|cost you yesterday...
it will cost you tomorrow.
Now we'll take|a few questions.
Mr President!
Ms Lerner.
Ahem. Uh, Jenny Lerner,|M... MSNBC.
Jenny Lerner?
Son of a bitch.
Um, Mr President,
why wasn't this announcement|made sooner?
Well, until we knew|we could build the rocket
and the comet|could be intercepted,
we saw no reason|to alarm the planet.
- Sir!|- Mr President!
Do you have another|question, Ms Lerner?
Yeah. Um...
Is... Is there a connection|between the comet
and the recall of American|troops from abroad?
Our fighting men|and women are coming home
because we felt it prudent,
in light of domestic|security concerns,
to have them available.
Although I certainly hope|we don't need to use them.
Next question.
Mr President!
Actually, Mr President,
if... just one final|question, sir. Um...
MSNBC has learned that|Secretary Rittenhouse
did not leave|for the reasons
announced by|your administration.
In fact,|isn't it true, sir,
that not everyone|in your administration
is convinced that the|"Messiah" will save us?
Secretary Rittenhouse served|his country with full devotion.
He resigned|for personal reasons.
Now, I can promise you this,|Ms Lerner, all of you,
everyone in this room and|everyone listening to my voice,
that at some point|over the next 10 months,
all of us will entertain|our worst fears and concerns.
But I can also|promise you this.
Life will go on.
We will prevail.
Mr President!|Please!
Sir, what is|the comet's name?
The 2 scientists|who found the comet
were killed in a car crash
while racing from their|observatory to alert the world.
So we named it for them.
Leo Biederman,|they said it again.
Leo, is he talking|about you?
He is, isn't he?
Can you get that,|please?
Janie, get the door.
Well, we have the|technology to build the ship.
They have the technology|to make it go.
There's someone at|the door for you, Leo.
You've been|watching live coverage
of President Tom Beck...
I can't believe this.|This is so weird.
Dr Wolf|from Astronomy Club?
Yeah, I guess so.
I think|it's really neat.
Nobody on our block
discovered the world|was gonna end before.
He's still|very much alive.
He's still alive, everyone.
He's right here,|and he's still alive.
Hey, Leo, cool!
As far as we know,
what happened was|that Doctor Wolf
saw the comet|in my photograph,
so he shared|the discovery with me,
and then he was killed|in that crash
and everything got|mixed up in Washington,
so the president|thought I was dead, too.
- Leo!|- Leo!
How does it feel|having your name on it?
I don't want anyone to think
that I'm trying to take|something away from Dr Wolf,
because I'm not,|but it's kind of cool.
- Leo!|- Leo!
You know, you're gonna|have sex a lot more now
than anyone else|in our class.
Don't listen. Don't.
Thank you for your sexual|insight, Mr Thurman.
You can sit down now.
Famous people always|get sex, Mr Perry.
That's the main reason|it's good to be famous.
Fruit... a reactor,|bottle... a rocket, OK?
A nuclear reactor|in space?
Isn't that dangerous?
No, no, no. This is|all Russian design.
Russian science.
Uh, the same people|who designed Chernobyl.
Chernobyl almost worked.
# Fly me to the moon #
So what happens|after you plant the bomb?
Well, we have 7 hours.
We're gonna put the|bombs inside the comet.
I'm gonna follow|these two.
I don't trust|that combination.
After 7 hours,|the 14-hour rotational cycle
of the comet spins.
We're gonna get married.
God knows I want|to marry you,
but the day I get back,
the last thing I'm gonna do|is step inside of a church.
I don't do churches well.
'Cause there's only|7 hours of darkness.
Then the sun starts hitting|the surface of the planet...
These are your orders.
Upon first entering|Earth's atmosphere,
proceed immediately|up the exterior
of the mother ship.
When the sun|hits the surface,
there's gonna be|explosive outgassings
that are|very dangerous...
Gus, he's 7.
You boys were, what,
4 and 6 when I went|to the moon?
Now, you saw me go into space|7 times, didn't ya?
I came back every time,|didn't I?
Your mother and I used to play|a game when she was still alive.
Now, the game was,
if there was a chance|I might not be coming back,
she wouldn't say it,|and I wouldn't say it.
- Yes, sir.|- Yes, sir.
Hey, Fish.
How about|a beer?
You remember my boys,|don't you?
Steve and Dwight.
Of course I do.
Gentlemen,|welcome to Houston.
Let me steal|your old man for a second.
Can I take your|picture, please?
Thank you.
So, what do you|think of the crew?
Heroes all.
That's the finest group|I ever had the privilege
of working with.
Yeah, yeah.
Off the record, huh?
Well, they've been trained|in ways I'll never understand.
They're smarter|and in better shape
than we ever were|in the old days.
They're sober, serious.
I guess I'd be a little happier|about this whole thing
if I thought that any of them|were as scared as I am.
Well, they're not|scared of dyin'.
They're just scared|of looking bad on TV.
Now, look, I wish|I'd been to the moon.
I got respect for everybody|who's gone to the moon,
but this mission|ain't going to the moon.
That's right.|Frank Gifford,
he was a great football|player in his time,
but if he played now,|he'd get his ass busted.
That's right.
All I'm saying is,|the moon did not have
a rotational cycle|of 14 hours.
I mean, we only have|7 hours of dark
when the sun's not up|to land on this thing.
It was light|when he landed.
This is gonna be dark.
We're not gonna|be able to see.
You can't see now, Gus.
Don't worry,|don't worry, don't worry.
We what?
We can do it.
No, no, no. Sit down.
I woke up this morning,|and I realized...
none of you|want me here.
You don't even really know|who I am, which is OK.
I walked on the moon,
but I didn't belong to you.|I belonged to your daddies.
Now, if I ask you|to ask your daddies
what I meant to them,
to explain to you|what I'm doing here,
that's only gonna|make things worse.
So... what do we do?
You haven't trained|for this mission.
We respect you.
I appreciate that.
But you're here... you're here|because the powers that be
think we need a familiar|face on this trip.
You're here|for public relations.
No, no. I'm here because|the powers that be
know that I'm the only|person on this mission
who's ever landed|on the moon.
And I have 500 landings|on aircraft carriers.
We've trained on...
On flight|simulators.
I mean, this is|not a video game, son.
It really isn't.
It really isn't. No.
We are go|for auto-sequence start.
Atlantis' 4 on-board computers|now have primary control
of all the vehicle's|critical functions.
OK, all flight controllers,
we're at T-minus 30 seconds|and counting.
Let's take a close look.
APUs look good,
LOX and LH2|are pressurized.
10, 9...
We're go for auto-sequence.
Roger, Jerry.
Good luck|and Godspeed, "Atlantis".
Thanks, Mitch.
3, 2, 1.
Propelled by 500,000|pounds of liquid fuel,
the shuttle crew heads toward|their initial destination.
When the crew|enters the "Messiah",
they will find a payload|of 8 nuclear devices
that will eventually be|used to blow up the comet.
The "Messiah" itself|will be powered
by an experimental|nuclear propulsion system
that was originally created
for a very|different purpose.
That programme|was called Orion.
Now, with the help|of Russian engineers,
a technology designed to propel|weapons of mass destruction
will power the ship|that will intercept
the greatest threat|our planet has ever faced.
Orion burn...
in 10, 9,
8, 7,
6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1, 0.
OK, Beth,|White House reactions.
Marianne,|the whole world watching.
We have enough|satellite space?
78 uplinks.
Tim, Mission Control|in Houston.
Ira, the science guys|lined up?
If they got a Ph.D.,|we own them.
All right, this is the most|important story of our lives.
Let's not muck it up.
Stuart,|what about me?
- You're on the anchor desk.|- Whoa!
And you could have|been there a lot sooner.
What are you|talking about?
You know what|I'm talking about.
Don't ever hold back|a story from me again.
"Messiah", Houston.
Transfer trajectory is go.
We'll cancel MCC-1.
You're go|to configure for coast.
Roger, Houston, we're|looking good here.
Jesus, that's big.
Holy shit.
Sweet mother of God.
All circuit breakers are open.
Master arm is off.
And the detonator|system is safe.
"Messiah", Houston.
Stand by for an uplink|of the final mole coordinates.
Confirm when complete.
Wilco, Houston.
Hey, how's it comin'?
Loading|first nuke now.
1,000 feet|to stand-off.
R-dot 3, 5-X, 2-Y.
500 feet,
R-dot point 3... 3-X,
1 point 5-Y.
Go for auto trajectory.
We're there.
Residuals are nulled.
Disengage Orion.
Orion disengaged.
You're on bi-prop.
This is|a special presentation
of MSNBC News
with Jenny Lerner.
Good evening.
Sometime in the next hour,
the "Messiah" mission will|enter its most critical phase:
The interception|of Wolf-Biederman
and the setting of|the nuclear devices
that will deflect it off|its collision course with Earth.
But first,|Captain Spurgeon Tanner
will have to guide|the spacecraft
through the blizzard|of rocks, sand, and ice
that make up|the comet's tail, or coma.
The crew will have to complete|its work before the sun rises.
Sublimator|looks good, Mick.
Disengaging auto now.
I'm eyeballs out|from here on in.
How come that doesn't|make me feel any better?
I heard that.
Lights on.
Cameras on.
On the Mississippi River|in Mark Twain's time,
there were riverboat pilots
who only knew a few miles|of the river.
I mean, conditions|changed so much,
you couldn't|know the whole trip.
Floods, sandbars,|fallen logs...
It was all a riverboat pilot|could do
was to know his little|piece of the puzzle.
So for the next few hours,|this is my ship.
We start our approach.
...are images from cameras
mounted inside the cargo bay|of the "Messiah".
Now, these images are delayed|by approximately 20 seconds,
due to the distance|they must travel.
OK, you can see that the image|is breaking up a bit.
Uh, Houston is prepared|for this.
They've informed us that|due to the uncertain make-up
of the comet's coma,
they're unsure whether or not|transmission will be possible.
OK, now, now, it ap-appears|we're losing reception here.
OK, we've... we've|lost picture now.
But we will stay on the air.
We'll stay with you|through all of this.
Prop 96%.
Dap is in descent.
Roger, descent.
Oh, my God.
Look at these.|They're the size of houses.
Yeah, I know.
I see.
Jesus Christ.
Prop, 88%.
Cabin press, 5.7.
Negative guidance errors.
Use your|primary thrusters.
Primary thrusters.
What's the descent rate?
3 feet per second. 2.
Fire tether pitons.
Pitons fired.
She's levelling out.
Depressurizing bay.
Opening|payload doors.
Don't let that little bit|of gravity down there
go to your heads.
Start the clock.
If all is going|according to schedule,
the astronauts should|now be placing the moles
on the comet surface.
The moles are, well,|they're what they sound like.
They are drilling machines
that burrow|to a depth of 100 metres,
where they wait|to be detonated.
Each one carries|a 5,000 kiloton warhead.
How's our time?
It's getting tight.|1:36:30.
It's taking too long.
What happens if|they do not get off
the comet's surface|in time?
The sun striking the comet|will cause the temperature
to rise 350 degrees|in just a few minutes
and activate|the high-speed gas jets.
Well, if that happens,
it will be like trying|to work in a minefield.
Mark, what's|your mole 4 readout?
Mole 4|running true at 75 feet.
Son of a bitch.
It's stuck.
Try backing it up.
Baker: What's your depth?
75 feet.
Is that enough?
No. That'll just break|pieces off the surface.
That's not|deep enough.
Yeah, Fish, I know|that's not deep enough.
I'm going in.
Oren, no.
No, I'm gonna see|if I can free it up.
Stand by,|tether attached.
All right, I gotcha.
Oren,|suit pressure, 3.5.
Come on, come on.
How's my time?
Another 6 minutes, they won't|have time to get back to us.
Blow the tethers.|Let's go get 'em.
If we go after them,
we may not have enough fuel|to get off the surface.
Blow the goddam tethers.
Mole 3 at depth.
We're heading|your way, Oren.
Calculate exactly|how much prop we need
to get off this rock.
We'll shut it down|when we hit it.
Will do.
It opens up|into a cave down here.
Mole got jammed|against the side.
OK, Fish,|team 2 at location 4.
Give me your hand.
What the hell happened?
I don't know.|I don't know.
Everything|was going great,
and we got jammed|up at 75 feet.
OK, hold up.
All right,|try backing it up.
Roger that.
- That's it.|- A little more.
Shut it down.
No, they always put|extra in these tanks.
Fish, shut it down.
Come on, you bastard!|Come on! Time!
Figured we'd better pick|you kids up after school.
Check your 6,|100 yards.
I think we'd|better hurry, boys.
All right, it's going!|It's going!
Mole's at 125 feet.
The sun's rising behind you.|It's coming up fast.
Face shields down!
Oh, Christ!
Get the hell|out of there!
Oren, get|your visor down.
Get your visor down!
Oh! My eyes!
All right, we got him.
Oh, God!|My eyes!
Oh, God,|we're losing one.
He's got escape velocity.|1,000 feet and climbing.
Mark, Mikhail, get|the hell out of there!
Firing|primary thrusters.
Payload doors|still open.
Close 'em as we go.
Tanner, Over Speaker:|Houston, all moles are at depth.
Nukes hot and ready.
We lost Partenza|to explosive outgassing.
And Monash is injured.
We have to go get Gus.
There's|no time for that.
Repressurize|the cargo bay.
He's going to die out there!
We can still find him.|He has a beacon.
I don't have time|to argue with you.
Just sit down|and be quiet.
Turn on|the fuckin' locator!
We've used most|of our propellant
to get us out|of the coma.
We can't just leave him.|We have to go back!
If we go back for Gus,|we all die.
We can't just|leave him in space!
Sit down, Mick.|Sit down.
It's OK.
The "Messiah" has safely|lifted off the comet.
But sadly,|Gus Partenza has been lost.
Gus Partenza, a native of|Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
and graduate of|Carnegie-Mellon University,
joined the NASA|Space Programme
shortly after completing|his medical training
at Duke University.
Dr Partenza was selected|specifically for this mission,
not only for his|medical expertise,
but also for his dedication
to the advancement|of space technology.
With the loss|of Dr Gus Partenza
and with Oren Monash|injured,
Captain Spurgeon Tanner|is now in charge of the mission.
The "Messiah"|has successfully docked
with the Orion-powered|boosters
and is now prepared|to detonate
the bombs planted|on Wolf-Biederman.
The "Messiah's"|exterior-mounted camera
will show us the detonation,
but not before being|temporarily blocked out
by the nuclear blast.
Once again, let me remind you,|there is a 20-second delay,
so when the picture|comes back to us,
the comet should already|have been knocked off
its present course.
Prepare to remove|safeties and fire.
Safeties removed.
Weapons armed.
3, 2, 1...
So now we're just waiting
for the picture|to come back.
Decompression in area 6.
I'll get the halon!
Yes.|I'm still here.
We're live|in 10 seconds.
Cue the president.
Mr President,|5, 4, 3...
Hello, America.
It is my unhappy duty|to report to you
that the "Messiah"|has failed.
This computer-enhanced radar|image from Houston
shows how the detonation|succeeded,
however, did not|destroy the comet.
There are now 2 pieces...|one 6 miles wide,
the other,|a mile and a half.
Both are still on a path|towards Earth.
We've lost communication with|the "Messiah" spacecraft,
although we continue|to track it visually.
We don't know|how many are alive.
We don't know|their condition.
Now, we have to make|some decisions together.
What do we do?
You have a choice.|We have a choice...
Right now.
Ever since the comet|was discovered,
we've been hoping|and working for the best,
but we've also been|planning for the worst.
Our strategy|has been twofold.
First, our strategic|missile command
is preparing to coordinate|with the Russians
a massive strike|of Titan missiles
to intercept the comets.
If we can deflect|these comets enough,
they will bounce harmlessly|off our atmosphere
and head on out into space.
Unfortunately, the Titans|cannot be launched
until the comets|are only a few hours away.
And while we are confident|the missile attack will succeed,
it is only prudent that we|now take cautionary steps
to ensure the continuation|of our way of life,
to guarantee that there|will be enough of us left
to rebuild a new world
in the unlikely event that|the comets do strike the Earth.
So, in the soft limestone|of Missouri,
we've been preparing|a network of immense caves,
and they're almost finished.
And we can put|a million people in them.
And that million people can|survive there, underground,
for 2 years,
until the air clears|and the dust settles.
Now, the cave is more|than a dormitory.
It's our new Noah's Ark.
We're storing seeds|and seedlings,
plants, animals,|enough to start over.
On August 10th,|a computer
will randomly select|800,000 Americans
to join the 200,000 scientists,|doctors, engineers,
teachers, soldiers, and artists,|who have already been chosen.
Other countries|are preparing similar caves
along whatever lines|they feel are best
to preserve their way|of life.
This is ours.
Beginning tonight and continuing|until the crisis passes,
I am declaring a state|of martial law.
The armed forces|and the National Guard
are working|with local law enforcement.
A national curfew begins|at midnight tonight.
Now, wherever you are,|go home.
Stay off the roads|after sunset.
Crimes against persons|or property
will be dealt with|swiftly and harshly.
News stations around the nation|are being faxed copies
of the lottery procedure|as we speak,
and they'll be broadcasting|the details to you
in a few moments.
I wish...
Wishing is wrong.
It's the wrong word|right now.
That's not what I mean.
What I mean is...
I believe in God.
I know a lot of you don't,
but I still want|to offer a prayer...
for our survival.
Mine included.
Because I believe that God,
whomever you hold|that to be,
hears all prayers,
even if sometimes|the answer is no.
So, may the Lord bless you.
May the Lord keep you.
May the Lord lift up His divine|countenance upon you...
and give you peace.
And in 5, 4, 3, 2...
We now have the details|for the national lottery.
"Those of you|who have been preselected
will be notified|within the next few minutes."
"For the rest, on the night|of August 10th,
those whose social|security numbers
have been randomly selected|by computer will be notified."
"While some Americans...|over 50 years of age
have been preselected|for the ARK
due to their expertise|in a necessary field of study,
no men and women over 50|in the general population
will be included|in the lottery."
The evac... The evacuation|of those
who have been selected|for the ARK
will take no longer|than 2 days,
beginning on August 12th."
"During this 2-day period,
no unofficial travel|will be permitted."
"Those selected will be|taken by bus and train
to the underground ARK site|by military personnel."
"Civil defence teams|have been formed in every town
with a population over 5,000."
"They will distribute supplies|and organize group shelters
in underground|parking facilities
and other|appropriate sites."
"Construction plans..."
"Equipment lists,
and locations for securing|the necessary provisions..."
Yes, this is|Ellen Biederman.
"...on how to grow|your own food underground
and how to purify water
are now available on|the internet at www..."
We've been preselected.
"...fcda. Gov."
Chuck? Chuck?|Where are you going?
Our phone.|They could be calling.
"...beginning on August 9th."
"The only phones that ring
will be those|of the people selected."
That's it.
That's all there is.
The interior|camera circuitry is shot.
So, Andy, can we get back|into the cargo bay
to reroute|the video functions?
Starboard cargo|porthole's blown.
We could go in|with the EVAs,
but there's not much left|in the life-support packs.
We should be able|to raise Houston
on the low band|once we get closer.
And the Orion|is still functioning?
System check was OK,
but I don't know about|the radiation shielding.
So, if we fire it up,
we beat the comet|back to Earth,
but we may end up glowing|in the dark. Right?
OK, so, uh...
Let's go home.
I have to say|it's liberating
knowing that I'm not|going to be called.
I don't think I've|ever been happier.
I've even|stopped smoking.
What are you gonna do with|all that extra money you save?
Do you know|the National Gallery
is saving|all of the art?
They're shipping it|to the caves.
I've given them my beautiful|18th-century desk
from New England and|all the Sheraton silver.
I really feel like|I'd protected something
when I gave them.
You should see|my apartment.
There's nothing there.
It's practically|Japanese.
Seems kind of unfair|that I got picked.
You know, I'm not|a doctor or a scientist.
People need continuity.
Everyone knows you.
And they trust you.
But I... can't help you.
Don't worry about me.
I'm gonna be happy
as long as I know|you're going to live.
Mr Hotchner?
Who did I think|I was going to be
when I bought that bike?
Well, every kid on|the block wants one now.
Every parent on the block|hates you for it.
That's the best news|I've had in years.
Um, sir?
Could you give me a hand|over here for a second?
Yes, sir.
I just want to get|these bars up.
Hi, Mrs Hotchner.
A mob|attacked and killed
a Miami rental yard operator
who was charging|$5,000 an hour
for backhoe and|tractor rentals.
Marines intervened|to stop the violence.
Mrs Hotchner?
Sarah's on the hill.
Thank you.
Where were you|today?
I've been looking|all over for you.
Why weren't you|at school?
My dad said|I didn't have to go.
He said there's no point.
I talked to|Civil Defence.
They said if|you and I got married
we'd be family,|and I could get you in.
What about my parents?|They're not your family.
I don't want to go|without my parents.
You don't have to. I'm|the famous Leo Biederman,
and I haven't used|my fame for anything,
but I got them to let|your family go, too.
You... This is your|only chance to survive.
Across the country,
looters continue to set fire|to abandoned stores.
The fires have been left to burn|since many firefighters
have been called|to help prepare shelters.
Throughout Latin America's|major cities,
business districts have been|abandoned to looting gangs...
Airlifts have been ruled out|as too dangerous.
More street fighting|in Moscow
as food and fuel shortages|continue.
Believes all things,|hopes all things,
endures all things.
When I was a child,|I spoke like a child,
I thought like a child,
I reasoned like a child.
When I became a man,|I gave up childish ways.
For now we see|in a mirror dimly,
but then face to face.
Now I know in part,
then I shall|understand fully,
even as I have been|fully understood.
Do you, Leo, take Sarah|to be your wife...
to have and to hold|from this day forward...
for better, for worse...
for richer, for poorer...
to love and to cherish?
I now pronounce you|husband and wife.
Here, let me|help you.
I'll get it.
Yeah.|How you feeling?
All right.
I want to tell you|something.
You children didn't bring|any real books to read,
did you know that?
I brought "Moby Dick"|and "Huckleberry Finn"
and Baker and Simon|had never read them.
Now, I'm afraid|to ask you,
have you ever read|Melville or Twain?
Hey, I'm a child|of the movies, Fish.
OK, I see.
You got a shitty deal,|Oren, you know that?
You really did.
Don't worry about me.
I mean that. Really.
Don't worry about me.
My whole life I...
You know how it is|for guys like us.
You... You and I,|we're the same.
What do you mean|by that?
Gotta be the best.
Oh, I see.
Be... the best.
Sometimes I see|flashes of light...
You know,|like... colours.
I fall asleep...
and I dream.
But there's a part of me|that's always awake.
And I can see myself|dreaming.
I'm seeing things|differently, Fish.
Well, that's good.
why the hell do|they call you "Fish"?
Well, I...
Spurgeon, sturgeon,|fish.
Took about 15 minutes|of my first day
at the Naval Academy.
Your kids go there?
Yeah, they did.|They did.
And they're good men,|both of them.
I don't see as much|of them as I used to
when Mary was alive.
You don't have to talk|about it. It's OK.
No, it's OK. It's OK.
You're a married man.|You know what it's like.
Every marriage has its|good years and bad years.
We ended on a great year.
Anyway,|let's get started.
{y:i}Moby Dick.|Chapter one.
"Call me Ishmael."
"Several years ago, never|mind how long precisely,
having little or|no money in my purse...
...grim|about the mouth..."
"Whenever it is a damp,|drizzly November in my soul,
whenever I find myself...
...knocking|people's hats off,
then I account it|high time
to get to sea|as soon as I can."
Listen up!
Hold it right there!
- Biederman?|- That's us.
IDs, please.
Yeah. Got them|right here.
There's 4 of us.
This is my wife Sarah.|We have a marriage licence.
Um, I have it right here.
All right. Let's go.|Let's move it out!
Mom? Sir? My parents|are coming, too.
Wait! The Hotchners.
It's not here.
It has to be there.
FCD A sent their names|to the White House.
They're not there.
Check the list again.
They must be there.
Give me|your bag, sweetie.
They're not on the list.|I'm sorry.
Let's go!
Sir! Could you check|it one more time?
I put you on the list.|They said you're on the list.
I put them on the list!
We're not on the list.
I need the|Biedermans on the bus now.
- What?|- I want to stay.
No, no, no, no!
I need to stay|with you!
Sarah! Sarah,|you need to go.
No. I have to stay|with you.
I'm not going anywhere|without you!
Honey,|get on the bus!
Young lady,|this bus is moving out.
On the bus!|Get on the bus!
Chuck, we'll work it out|when we get there.
Jenny? There's|a phone call for you.
This is she.
Is Robin Lerner|my mother?
Uh, 61.
I'll come down there then.|Thank you.
Thank you very much.
Jenny, do you want us|to do something?
You're too late. I already|took care of everything.
Come. Inside the car.|You're getting sick. Please.
I want to talk to you.
Please, come.
I don't give a shit.
Go home and tell it|to Chloe.
I can't.|She left me.
She's with her mother.|They both got scared.
Come. I want|to talk to you.
I need you.
How does it feel?
I feel like an orphan.
Jenny! Jenny!
Welcome to the ARK. I'm|section leader for Orange 254.
That's where you'll be|calling home the next 2 years.
So gather your things and follow|me to the orientation gallery.
If you have been designated
as a civilian section officer,
report to section Red 116|upon entering.
Once again, if you|have been designated
as a civilian|section officer,
report to section Red 116|upon entering.
I'm not coming.
Leo, come with us|right now.
I have to go back|for Sarah.
Mom, I'm going.
Don, what are you|doing?
Giving him something to trade,|that's what I'm doing.
I want you to take this.
Dad, that's enough.
Goddam it.
You take care|of yourself, OK?
I'm gonna make it.
What about Entrekin?
I don't know. He hasn't|returned my call in 2 weeks.
- Excuse me, Jenny?|- Yeah?
Your father's here.
I can't stay long.|I'm leaving the city,
but I wanted to show you|something.
I wanted to show you that|you're not an orphan.
I have proof that|you're not an orphan.
Where's Mom?
Behind the camera.
She took this?
And this one, too.
She was such an artist,|don't you think so?
You don't remember|when we take them, hmm?
I'm 5 years old. How|would I remember that?
Some people do remember|when they were 5 years old.
It was such|a beautiful day.
All alone on the beach.
And, of course, she would|have been in the picture,
but there was no one else|to hold the camera,
and... she insisted.
You know how she is.
How she was.
It was such a good day
for all of us.
Don't you remember?
Keep them.
We have now|confirmed the launch
of all the Titan missiles
from their positions in|North Dakota and Wyoming.
The comets are now|approximately 14 hours
outside of|Earth's atmosphere,
and we are told it should|take these missiles
less than 20 minutes|to reach their target.
OK, here's what|we're looking at.
All of the Titans|have been launched.
We still won't know if|they've made a difference.
The comets have|to travel for a while
before the radar tracking|stations can see
if they've been pushed|to a safe course
that'll bypass the Earth.
So, one more time|we have to wait.
Are we on?
We're on,|Mr President.
Our missiles have failed.
The comets are|still headed for Earth...
and there's nothing|we can do to stop them.
So, this is it.
If the world does go on...
it will not go on|for everyone.
We have now been able|to calculate
the comets'|final trajectories,
and we have determined where|they're going to strike.
The smaller of the 2 comets,|Biederman, will hit first,
somewhere along|the Atlantic Seaboard
probably in the waters off|the coast of Cape Hatteras
in just under 12 hours at|4:35 p.m. Eastern daylight time.
The impact of the comet|is going to be...
Well, disastrous.
There will be|a very large tidal wave
moving quickly through|the Atlantic Ocean.
It will be 100 feet high,
travelling at|1,100 miles an hour.
That's faster than|the speed of sound.
As it reaches shallow water,|it's going to slow down,
but the wave height,
depending on the depth|of the shelf off the coast,
will be anywhere from|1,000 to 3,500 feet high.
Where the land is flat,
the wave will wash inland|600 to 700 miles.
The wave will hit our nation's|capital 40 minutes after impact.
New York City, Boston,|Atlanta, Philadelphia...
all will be destroyed.
If you have any means of getting|away from the path of this wave,
leave now.
The impact of the larger comet
will be nothing less than|an extinction-level event.
It will strike land|in Western Canada
3 hours after Biederman.
Within a week,
the skies will be dark|with dust from the impact
and they will stay dark|for 2 years.
All plant life|will be dead within...
4 weeks.
Animal life within...
a few months.
So that's it.
Good luck to us all.
Could I bother|everyone for a minute?
Let's take a look|at the big one.
Now, the outgassing|has created a vent
a half mile wide and|at least 2 miles deep.
Comet gets closer to the sun,|sun melts the ice,
ice turns to steam,|we get a big hole, OK?
So, how many nukes do we|have left in the back?
If we can get the remaining|bombs in that vent,
there shouldn't be anything|left bigger than a suitcase.
We can't do anything|about the little one,
but it just might|give them a chance.
Without the arming codes,
we're going to have to wait|to set the bomb timers
until we get closer to Earth|to raise Houston.
We may not have enough|life support left
to get back into|the cargo bay for the nukes,
much less to go down|to the comet.
We sure as hell don't have|enough propellant left
in the "Messiah"|to manoeuvre with.
How are we supposed to get|back off the surface
once we've|gotten down there?
We don't.
Well, look at|the bright side.
We'll all have|high schools named after us.
Houston,|this is "Messiah".
Houston,|this is "Messiah".
Nice of you to call,|{y:i}Messiah.
We were beginning|to wonder
what you were doing|up there.
Admiring|the view, Houston.
Fish, is that you?
Yep. We don't have time|to talk, Houston.
There's nothing we can do|about the smaller one,
but we do have a plan.
We need the arming codes|for the last 4 nukes.
Arming codes?|What the hell for?
We can do or we can teach.|What's your pleasure?
Get the arming codes!|Get the goddam codes!
We have one helicopter.|Holds 7 people.
We can ferry 6 people to|high ground in West Virginia
and take Jenny to the ARK.
Short stick goes.
I thought it was women|and children first.
If you get the short one,|you can give up your seat.
Thank God.
Well, that|makes sense.
I got a stick.|I got a stick.
I'm sorry, Beth.
OK, honey,|here we go.
Let's go now.
There's always the road.|We'll be OK.
Come on.|Ah, that's my girl.
OK, that's it.
Where's that key?
Where's the key?
Come on!|Hurry up! Come on!
No, wait.
What are you doing?!
We have to go now.|Come on! Come on!
Beth, what are you doing?
The road was so crowded.|We weren't gonna make it.
I thought if the wave comes,|we should be here
because she likes it here.
And we're on the 15th floor,|so maybe we'll be OK.
Say goodbye to Jenny...|What are you doing?!
Move! Come on! Go!
Jenny!|Oh, my God! Caitlin!
- Come on!|- Caitlin! Catie!
Come on!|Faster! Faster!
No! No!
Come on! Let's go!
Hang on.|No room for this!
She's going with you!
You're taking my seat!
Come on!
Go! Go!
Jenny,|thank you!
Get her|in there!
That's too many.
I'm not going.
I'm not going, Erik.
Sarah, look!
Leo Biederman!|Leo!
- Leo!|- Oh!
You don't have any time.|You have to go now.
No! Put this on!
Daddy,|what are you doing?
I want you to take|the baby.
What? No! Mom!
No arguments,|please!
I don't want to go!
Grab his foot,|honey.
Let's go.
Mom? Mom!
Sweetheart, listen to me.|Let go. Put this on.
- I love you, too.|- I love you.
I've always loved you.
I love you.
I don't want to go!
Take care, honey.|Put this on.
I'll see you soon!|I'll see you soon!
Get out of here.|Go to high ground.
When I was 11, I took|$32 from your wallet.
When you were a baby...
I once dropped you|on your head.
When you came to the studio|and brought those pictures,
I lied when I said|I didn't remember.
I remember everything.
I remember that we|were right over there,
and that's when Mom got|that picture of the house.
It was a perfect,|happy day.
I came down here|to let you know that.
Thank you.
I've missed you|since then.
I missed you, too.
Hold on!
This is "Messiah".|We're ready to begin our run.
Are our families there yet?
They're on their way,|{y:i}Messiah.
Disengage auto path.
Here we go.
We're at perigee.
Wolf contact in|4 minutes, 45 seconds.
We'll never be closer to home|than we are right now.
Come on!
"Messiah", we got|some people here
that want|to talk to you.
Wendy, honey...
you promise me you'll keep|doing your church thing,
and I'll be there|right next to you,
haunting you.
You better come back|and haunt me.
I love you.
There's Mommy.
Hello, Mommy.
Hey, you take|care of Daddy for me, OK?
She does|a good job.
She misses|Mommy.
I miss you.
I love you, Mommy.
I love you.|Very, very much.
You know what|I want to say.
I know.
Come on!
Wolf contact in|2 minutes, 30 seconds.
Oren, Mariette's up|at your folks' place in Utah.
We sent a plane,|but she isn't here yet.
Fish, your sons are|both on active duty.
We tried to get them back,
but we couldn't|get them here on time.
I'm sorry.
Well, Mitch, uh...
I want to say|goodbye to Mary.
I want to tell her|I love her...
and that ever since|we've been apart,
every day,|I think about her.
Mary, I'm coming home.
Coming up|on target, 625 miles.
Range 600 miles.
Wait! Oh, God, wait!
I'm coming!
Oren? Oren,|are you there?
Mariette? I'm here.|I can hear you.
Hi, sweetie.|This is your father.
His name is Oren.|I named him after you.
Hello, Oren.
Show him what|you brought him.
He's holding up|a little rocket.
That's a mighty powerful|rocket you got there.
He's laughing.
I can hear him.|I know.
I'm hugging you both|right now.
I'm holding you.
25 seconds.
Prepare to synchronize|the nukes.
It's been a pleasure|serving with you, Commander.
The honour's|all mine, Andy.
Be good, Oren.
Be good.
We watched as the bombs|shattered the second comet
into a million of pieces|of ice and rock
that burned harmlessly|in our atmosphere
and lit up the sky|for an hour.
Still, we were left with|the devastation of the first.
The waters|reached as far inland
as the Ohio|and Tennessee Valleys.
It washed away|farms and towns...
forests and skyscrapers.
But the water receded.
The wave hit Europe|and Africa, too.
Millions were lost.
Countless more|left homeless.
But the waters receded.
Cities fall...
but they are rebuilt.
And heroes die...
but they are remembered.
We honour them|with every brick we lay...
with every field we sow...
with every child we comfort|and then teach to rejoice
in what|we have been regiven.
Our planet.
Our home.
So now...
let us begin.
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