Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey

Quantum Quest A Cassini Space Odyssey originally titled as 2004 A Light Knights Odyssey is a 2010 animated educational scifi adventure film, written by Harry Doc Kloor and directed by Kloor and Dan St. Pierre, as a science fiction film that takes the viewer on an atomic adventure in space.

The story begins with the Cassini Saturn spacecraft releasing the Huygens Titan probe. We then transition to Earth, where a 12yearold girl, Jeana Voiced by Abigail Breslin, places a sun filter over a telescope to view sun spots. She asks her mentor, a Professor Why is the Sun so bright? This leads the professor to launch into a scientific explanation about fusion. The little girl laughs, having played this trick on her mentor many times, she says No I meant bright, bright like happy. In most drawings the sun has a big smile. Is he good, like the man in the moon. Knowing this means she wants a story, the mentor begins to spin a tale, but as a mentor, this one, while entertaining, is also educational.As he speaks, we transition to the Sun, and watching a Sun Spot spin into view, we dive into and pass through the chromosphere, and head toward the center. The mentor lays down the basis of our story as we travel through the Sun. He explains that the man in the sun is called the Core voiced by William Shatner and spins a story how he is good and that his children photons are sent out to chase away the darkness, and bring life, warmth, and knowledge to Earth. He adds that the only being who does not like the Core is a creature called the Void voiced by Mark Hamill who is an ancient, malevolent, being who existed before the Big Bang, and who sits at the edge of the solar system, scheming to stop the Core. ........

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