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Space movie, humans create a device to travel to somewhere else in the universe. Maybe late 90s or early 2000s.

Humans discover a radio signal from deep space. The transmission includes plans to create some kind of space ship to travel somewhere else in the universe. After creating the device, a small crew mans it but from the outside it looks like it doesn't work, but the crew all experiences traveling elsewhere for about 20 hours (it was sort of like a teleporter). No one believes them but then it is discovered that a camera on board had 20 hours of static. The device looked like a giant ball that fell through a this giant spinning mechanism. I could be off on a few details because it was a while ago. I can try to give more details.

 

Edit: Figured it out.. took me a while but finally found that it was called contact.
asked Jul 28, 2015 in Name That Movie by Llaver (1 point)
Yes, this is "Contact". You can answer your own question using the Answer button and reap your points.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118884/

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answered Sep 4, 2015 by casspir (19,011 points)
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