I'm not sure I can review this, I assume it was a project some kids start in their teens, 20 years ago by doing the GCI bits. Most scenes have a green screen background but I don't think they bothered to buy a green screen, so the masking is worse than many zoom calls. Acting is terrible. The space background is often on loops so short the stars are moving towards you, then jumping back, I counted one loop as 2 seconds, considering stars are light-years aways it would have been better to have had them static. Also, I don't think anyone in the production had ever heard the correct pronunciation of Kuiper. The best bit is the credits and to quote... "...us to film at thier..." "...specail Thanks to..." "Last but not Least a very specail Thanks to..." The capitalisation is as per the credits.
To the film makers, yeah not good, but on zero budget it's alway going to be hard, especially with a subject hard to film on the cheap. I would say pick an easier subject to film, write a good script with fewer but better actors. Or if you want to do a space film, pick a story achievable for you, one man in a capsule running out of air and trying to find the leak whilst talking to the ground controller, who you never see, on the radio; two life pods drifting away from a ship on fire, them talking over the radio, how did they get into that situation, who attacked them slowly revealed, their desperation as they know the attackers are heading to Earth and they need to warn them but hey stuck in life pods; a man stuck in a decontamination chamber visited by people whilst a deadly disease starts eating him alive.... Obviously the above are just simple tropes rather than original ideas but basically I'm suggesting anything were you can make a single good set and rely on story and dialogue.