This clip has reenactments of Sir Isaac Newton, a 16th (sixteenth) century scientist, who discovered the universal law of gravity. It begins with Newton talking to Edmond Halley, a fellow scientist and colleague of Newton, about shooting an object with enough force from a enough of a height as to keep that object in orbit around the earth. Cuts to a shot of a rocket launching. Cuts to a shot of the moon lander. A shot of an Astronaut walking on the moon. Cuts to Edmond Halley talking via direct address into the camera about Newton. Cuts to a young Newton looking at an apple. Cuts to the reflection of an older Newton from the water of a pond and pans out to him looking over the land in the background.