NASA: The Day After Tomorrow is a major motion picture scheduled for release on May 28, 2004. The film depicts drastic climate changes that cause much of the Earth to freeze over in the aftermath of unexpected polar ice cap melting. Though NASA originally facilitated access to GSFC and its experts, we [NASA] have not provided any official assistance on the making of the film, as a Space Act Agreement was never signed by the producers. NASA's cooperation has been requested as part of a coordinated inter-agency response to any media questions of validity regarding the science on which the movie's premise is based. The inter-agency team is led by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program.
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