By Peter HausenThe first of its kind, the first space opera will take place on a Mars base in the middle of the night on the Red Planet, according to the German film production company Space Opera.
The film, written by director Christoph Pitz, is based on the popular book by the same name.
Pitz says the idea for the film was born out of the realization that the Mars project has been a real disaster since the first mission to Mars in 2003, when the first spacecraft was sent to orbit the planet.
“We wanted to see what the space opera could do if we were to send a robot to Mars,” Pitz said.
“We also wanted to show what it’s like to be on the Martian surface, as it is so different from Earth.”
The film will tell the story of the crew of the Red Dragon as they try to escape from a Martian outpost.
It is set in the year 2033 and the story revolves around a group of humans and robots who are trying to escape the Mars station.
The first space station mission was the mission of the International Space Station in 2003.
The mission lasted for four years, and in the first years, the station was a virtual prison for astronauts.
But in 2024, the astronauts of the station were able to escape and return to Earth.
Piz says that this year, a different kind of space station has arrived on the planet Mars.
The Red Dragon station will be the first station of its type to arrive in orbit around Mars.
The Red Dragon, named after the German word for the Red Sea, will be launched by Russian Soyuz rocket from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on May 23, 2020.