Under the Milky Way - Netflix
The Siding Spring Observatory is in danger of being shut down and resident astronomer Helene McKenzie is the only thing standing in the way. Battling an inept local council and hindered by a ragtag bunch of colleagues, her fight is set to be an uphill one.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Under the Milky Way - Under the Milky Way - Netflix
“Under the Milky Way” is a single by Australian alternative rock band The Church, released on 15 February 1988 and appears on their fifth studio album Starfish. The song was written by bass guitarist and lead vocalist Steve Kilbey and his then-girlfriend Karin Jansson (ex-Pink Champagne, Curious (Yellow)). It peaked at No. 22 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart, No. 24 on the United States Billboard Hot 100, No. 25 on the New Zealand Singles Chart and appeared in the Dutch Single Top 100. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1989, the song won 'Single of the Year'. It was issued simultaneously in both 7" vinyl and 12" vinyl formats by Arista Records (internationally) and Mushroom Records (Australian region).
Under the Milky Way - TV/film appearances - Netflix
“Under The Milky Way” was featured in the season 1 episode of Scorpion titled “Charades”, the episode “Asian Cut” in Season 5 of Miami Vice, and also in the 2001 Jake Gyllenhaal movie, Donnie Darko.
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