Corrected entry: In the scenes where the vehicle is rolling on the moon surface, you can see the dust trail behind the vehicle's wheels. However, on the moon, in the absence of atmosphere, the dust should actually fall straight on the ground, immediately. This computer generated effect was added to make it look real, but it makes it physically inaccurate.gaelito
Corrected entry: In the outdoor scenes, why are stars visible? Even the real NASA moon missions said the stars would not be visible from the moon.
Corrected entry: What is the probability that both would happen: a. Harvest machine was ruined by first Sam. b. New Sam somehow arises from bed before it was meant/programmed to - accidentally eavesdropping on the same debate, which directly triggers his suspicion and indirectly forms the base for the whole movie.(I assume that the preceding Sam clones didn't destroy harvest machines, because if they did, there is no reason for central sending the "Aliza" rescue team.)
Corrected entry: Gravity on the moon is only a fraction of that on earth. The filmmakers properly try to display this on those shots taken outside the station, on the surface of the moon. These shots are similar to what we are used to seeing on real historic moon walks. However, no effort at all was made to simulate the lack of gravity on those shots taken inside the station, resulting in a very unrealistic presentation of a moon settlement.Bruce Trestrail
Corrected entry: When the "first" Sam gets his hand burned by the hot water, he gets a burn because he sees a girl dressed in yellow with long dark hair sitting on his chair. We don't get an explanation as to who she was (not his wife or daughter because they are blond, and he doesn't know her as a 15-year-old).einat162