Sunday, April 6, 2008

Irish Students preview Kaguya (Selene) HD

'In the Shadow of the Moon' shown

Leo Enright, radio broadcaster and chairman of the government’s Discover Science and Engineering programme, said the Japanese pictures were ‘‘stunning’’ and would capture the imagination of young people.

"When (Harrison ‘Jack’) Schmitt saw this new Japanese footage, he said that, since he walked on the moon, this screening was as close as he’d experienced to being on the moon,” he said.

'Irish students will be over the moon'
Sunday Business Post, Dublin