Satellite dish Australia

Picture of a 2.3mtr motorised
Based on the true story of what we didn't see.

Release Date:

1 May 2002 (France)

Opening Weekend:

$70, 612 (USA)


| (DVD)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1 See full technical specs »


Visa d'exploitation en France : # 1O4714. MPAA certificate # 38002. See more »


The young army cadet Keith is seen practicing his rifle drill, using the "Slope Arms" position. Slope Arms was replaced by "Shoulder Arms" in the mid'60s with the introduction of the SLR rifle and was no longer used by Australian Army Cadets in 1969, despite them still using .303 rifles See more »


[first lines]
Worker: Excuse me sir, I'm afraid you've come in the wrong way.
Cliff Buxton: I'm sorry...
Worker: Yeah, this is the old entrance. The visitors center is back out and around to the left.
Cliff Buxton: Right well, I'll wander out then.
Worker: Well worth it. Some amazing times.
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Crazy Credits

The producers acknowledge the valuable assistance of the staff at the CSIRO Parkes Observatory and Visitors Centre, the Council and people of Parkes, New South Wales, and the Council and people of Forbes, New South Wales. See more »


Referenced in Dil Chahta Hai (2001) See more »


Magic Carpet Ride
Written by John Kay / Rushton Moreve
Duchess Music Corp./Universal Music Publishing Pty Limited
Performed by Steppenwolf
Courtesy of MCA Records Inc
Under license from Universal Music Australia Pty Limited
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Welsh Printing 42x63 Poster; Canberra Deep Space Communication Satellite Dish Complex Australia
Single Detail Page Misc (Welsh Printing)
  • 42 x 63 poster
  • Printed on museum-quality photo paper using archival ink rated for 80+ year fade resistance
  • Shipped in mailing tube to prevent bending

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