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Carl Sagan, who wrote the book that the film is adapted from, based Arroway on a real scientist named Jill Tarter. Tarter received her bachelor’s of engineering physics degree from Cornell University as the only woman in her class around the same time that Sagan was a professor there.
In the film , after building the giant machine on Hokkaido, Arroway ‘travels’ to Vega, landing at the beach where her father is. However, the capsule never left earth. It’s not clear if Arroway had a dream, or that it really happened (as 18 hours of noise was recorded, which is 1 second on earth).This form is currently undergoing maintenance. Please try again later.