Celebrated astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson fact-checked Interstellar on Twitter last night, and he didn’t seem to have very many objections.
He also said some of the scientific renderings of life in space in and around black holes seemed possible, or at least plausible:
If you’re not sure what he’s talking about, TIME’s very own Jeffrey Kluger also explained the science behind Interstellar in a bit more than 140 characters.
So does Neil deGrasse Tyson wish he got to explore the way Matthew McConaughey’s character did in the movie?
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