DISCOVER THE EXPLANATION OF MOONFALL’S END! SPOILERS!
Moonfall is now playing in theaters! Continue reading for an explanation of Moonfall’s ending! By the end, we’d seen a lot of destruction, analyzed a lot of data, and marveled at the beauty and horror of space. Read on to find out if Moonfall 2 will be released.
However, the conclusion of Moonfall and its numerous revelations risk leaving some moviegoers in search of the answers they’ve been looking for. We’re here to help if you’ve just seen Moonfall and need a little help understanding the craziness of the film’s climax. We tell you everything you need to know about the end of Moonfall!
THE MOON’S HISTORY AND NASA SECRETS
The moon was created billions of years ago by advanced humans capable of creating nearly impenetrable technology. The moon contains a dwarf star at its core, and the spherical mechanical infrastructure that surrounds it is designed to protect it from extraterrestrial technologies.
The moon was the last of the megastructures to be launched into space; it eventually found the sun and orbited it for billions of years until the formation of the Earth as we know it, at which point she was seeded with human DNA and the population could begin living again.
Although it is not explicitly stated in the film, it is possible that NASA withheld the truth about the moon because they did not want to face questions for which they did not have answers.
According to what can be deduced, NASA discovered that a light was coming from beneath the surface of the moon, but they were too scared of the answers they could find there and so placed the video under lock and key.
EXPLANATION OF THE MOONFALL’S END
Nanotechnology is so advanced in Moonfall that it can transform into different things and detect organic life forms and technology. Finally, nanotech wanted to ensure that no humans could ever use innovative tech against their will in the same way that their space ancestors did.
K.C. bravely sacrificed his life so that Jocinda and Brian could live, but his motivations were far more complicated. Nobody wanted to hear what he had to say about anything.
Going into space to save the Moon and Earth provided him with the opportunity to not only work for NASA but also to be viewed as a hero for the rest of the story as a result of his sacrifice. K.C. could finally become someone worthy of praise rather than a disappointment by sacrificing himself.
K.C.’s consciousness is uploaded and scanned into the megastructure at the end of Moonfall, and the AI declares that they must “begin.” This moment, in and of itself, implies that the story does not end there. The ancestral AI appears to have been waiting for someone to continue its work.
K.C. may assist in the construction of another megastructure to be launched into space in an attempt to expand the human population to the far reaches of space or to discover other life forms.