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The Dish

The Dish is a movie based on the true story of a satellite dish in Parkes in Australia, that was the southern hemisphere connection to NASA for an Apollo mission trip to the moon.

The signal was supossedly responsible for the televised live footage of the first steps on the moon.

The movie was directed by Rob Sitch and starred Sam Neill. It was written by Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner, Jane Kennedy and Rob Sitch.

The Dish is also the common name for a non-functioning radio telescope which sits in the foothills above Stanford University.

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