FOR ALL MANKIND
TV Series 2019. Created by Ronald D. Moore, Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi. Starring Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Sarah Jones, Shantel VanSanten, Jodi Balfour, Wrenn Schmidt, Sonya Walger, Krys Marshall, Cynthy Wu, Casey W. Johnson and Coral Pena.
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196.7 the Brick BBBRadioRadio Stations

96.7 the Brick
Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92.

2All Saints Clinic BBBHealthcareHospitals

All Saints Clinic
Wayne tells Karen that his father runs the All Saints clinic at MD Anderson.

3The Bayou Landing BBBNightlifeNightclubs

The Bayou Landing
Larry Wilson, NASA engineer and suspected homosexual, is asked if he has ever been to the Bayou Landing gay bar in the Montrose area of Houston.

4Beagle BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Beagle
Lander scheduled to roll out to pad 39C today, but there's a report on some issues in her main engine turbo pumps which might delay her launch date by a week or two.

5The Bullshot BBBNightlifeNightclubs

The Bullshot
Bar that Larry and his date visit with a fantastic Donna Summer impersonator.

6Calypso BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Calypso
Proposed spacecraft designed by Helios Aerospace to replace Phoenix as the prime cargo ship for Martian colonization.

7Cavalier Airlines BBBTransportationAirlines

Cavalier Airlines
Ellen Waverly's father's airline, where she worked before becoming an astronaut.

8Celebrity Chronicle BBBPeriodicalsMagazines

Celebrity Chronicle
Magazine cover story: All the Rage: The Rise of Nirvana and Grunge.

9Chicago Herald RecorderBBBPeriodicalsNewspaper Heralds

Chicago Herald Recorder
Newspaper from multiple episodes.

10Cleveland Capital Partners BBBFinancial CompaniesFinancial Services

Cleveland Capital Partners
Karen signs the paperwork to sell the Outpost to Sam in his office.

11Club 11:59 BBBNightlifeClubs

Club 11:59
Margo invites her Russian counterpart to talk, her secret place where she plays piano. The name refers to the Doomsday Clock.

12Constitution BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Constitution
NASA space shuttle. Update reported to Margo: Discovery, Enterprise and Endeavor are still in turnaround on the West Coast, while Atlantis, Victoria and Constitution are still in OMDP in Palmdale.

13Dopplin Insurance BBBFinancial CompaniesInsurance Services

Dopplin Insurance
Ellen's moon mail includes a Dopplin Insurance certificate amendment rider that takes effect February 1, 1983.



3Dr. Marsten BBBHealthcareTherapy

Dr. Marsten
Gordo's psychiatrist when he returns from the moon.

4Dr. Weddle BBBHealthcareDoctors

Dr. Weddle
NASA's neurologist, the best in the country, that Karen requests provide a second opinion on the status of her son Shane following the car accident.

5Eagle News ChannelBBBTelevisionTV News

Eagle News Channel
TV news from various episodes.

6Emergency Horse MagazineBBBPeriodicalsMagazines

Emergency Horse Magazine
Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10.

7Endeavor BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Endeavor
Spacecraft used for the Apollo 15 mission.

8FIP Systems BBBCorporationsTechnology Companies

FIP Systems
NASA Contractor mentioned when the FBI questions janitor Mr. Rosales.

9Fragment #16 BBBLiteraturePoetry

Fragment #16
Poem in Pam Horton's book of poetry Muse #10.

10Helios Aerospace BBBCorporationsTechnology Companies

Helios Aerospace
Company that earns NASA mining contract for the moon.

11Hot 97 BBBRadioRadio Stations

Hot 97
Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92.

12The Houston Family Adoption Center BBBYouth ServicesChildcare Services

The Houston Family Adoption Center
After finding out that she was a Band-Aid adoption, bringing Ed and Karen back together after Shane's death, Kelly goes looking for more information about who she is, starting with the adoption agency.

13Houston Sentinel BBBPeriodicalsNewspaper Sentinels

Houston Sentinel
Newspaper from various episodes.

14Houston Sun BBBPeriodicalsNewspapers

Houston Sun
Newspaper.



3Kirkland Aerospace BBBCorporationsTechnology Companies

Kirkland Aerospace
Wernher von Braun: When I was reviewing the supply chain for the Saturn as part of my analysis, I was puzzled to find that the LH2 valve was manufactured by Kirkland Aerospace, a company located in Rockford, Illinois. I was puzzled because I remembered that contract. I had given it to a company from Colorado Springs in the mid '60s. Then, in early 1973, NASA changed contractors. Why give a contract to a company in Illinois? What was politically important about that state to the administration that had just taken office in 1973? The Equal Rights Amendment.

4Kon-Tiki BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Kon-Tiki
The orbiter Kon-Tiki remains docked at Skylab, but she's scheduled for reentry and landing this afternoon in Florida.

5KQ92 BBBRadioRadio Stations

KQ92
Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92.

6Kuragin BBBCorporationsTechnology Companies

Kuragin
Soviet company contracted to mine on the moon.

7The Lamplighter BBBDiningRestaurants

The Lamplighter
Gordo suggests celebrating Tracy's inclusion in the female astronaut program by getting steaks at the Lamplighter.

8Le Report De Paris BBBPeriodicalsNewspapers

Le Report De Paris
Newspaper headline on September 18th, 1976: Israel and Egypt fail to Reach Agreement at Camp David. "The English Language Newspaper of France"

9Little Saigon Diner BBBDiningRestaurants

Little Saigon Diner
Kelly tracks down her birth father at his restaurant. She eats dinner, but does not reveal herself. "Vietnamese Chinese & French Cuisine"

10Los Angeles Chronicle BBBPeriodicalsNewspaper Chronicles

Los Angeles Chronicle
Newspaper from multiple episodes.



3Love in the Skies BBBCinemaMovies

Love in the Skies
Film based on the lives of Gordo and Tracy Stevens, starring Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan.

4Mama's Porch BBBDiningRestaurants

Mama's Porch
Administrator Paine requests dinner with Margo at Mama's Porch.

5Mariner 14 BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Mariner 14
NASA probe. The Mariner program existed, but ended after 10 missions. JPL loses contact with the Mercury probe Mariner 14 as they assess the solar flare: Flight, JPL just lost contact with the Mariner 14 probe. There was a surge in proton radiation and then zip. Like, it got fried. Mariner 14 is just inside the orbit of Mercury. So it can't be related to the flare. It's too fast.

6Mars-94 BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Mars-94
Season 3 explores the three-way race to Mars in 1994, featuring the Russian Mars-94 spacecraft, NASA's Sojourner 1 and Helios Aerospace's upgraded Polaris space station, now known as Phoenix.

7Morning USA BBBTelevisionTV Shows

Morning USA
TV morning show.

8Muse #10 BBBLiteraturePoetry

Muse #10
Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10. The back bio page mentions that she's had work published in TriQuarterly, Poetry Northwest and Emergency Horse Magazine.

9N-3 BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

N-3
Houston Sentinel newspaper headline on August 8, 1976: RUSSIAN N-3 ROCKET: Largest Rocket Ever Launched.

10New York Chronicle BBBPeriodicalsNewspaper Chronicles

New York Chronicle
Newspaper headline: CRASH IN Wall Street! Shown when President Kennedy is yelling at Harold about the accident.

11New York Daily Telegraph BBBPeriodicalsNewspapers

New York Daily Telegraph
Newspaper from multiple episodes.



3New York Inquisitor BBBPeriodicalsNewspapers

New York Inquisitor
Newspaper headline on November 4th, 1976: REAGAN WINS.

4New York Ledger BBBPeriodicalsNewspapers

New York Ledger
Newspaper headline: REAGAN SWORN IN AS 39TH PRESIDENT.

5NNC BBBTelevisionTV News

NNC
National News Channel.

6Osprey BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Osprey
Apollo 24's command and service module is called Osprey.

7Outpost Tavern BBBNightlifeTaverns

Outpost Tavern
Bar near NASA where astronauts hang out.



3The Outpost BBBNightlifeNightclubs

The Outpost
The Outpost franchise expands globally in 1984.

4Pathfinder BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Pathfinder
America's next-generation shuttle.



3Phoenix BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Phoenix
Season 3 explores the three-way race to Mars in 1994, featuring the Russian Mars-94 spacecraft, NASA's Sojourner 1 and Helios Aerospace's upgraded Polaris space station, now known as Phoenix.

4Poetry NorthwestBBBPeriodicalsMagazines

Poetry Northwest
Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10.

5Polaris I BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Polaris I
Sam Cleveland and Karen Baldwin's space tourism company Polaris Space Tours' first spaceship.

6Polaris Orbital Hotel BBBTravelHotels

Polaris Orbital Hotel
Space tourism company Polaris Space Tours, founded by Sam Cleveland and Karen Baldwin in the mid 80s, launches the Polaris space station, featuring the Polaris Orbital Hotel.

7Polaris Space Tours BBBTravelTours

Polaris Space Tours
Space tourism company Polaris Space Tours, founded by Sam Cleveland and Karen Baldwin in the mid 80s, launches the Polaris space station, featuring the Polaris Orbital Hotel.

8Popeye BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Popeye
Helios Aerospace's lander for the upgraded Polaris space station, now known as Phoenix.

9Saint Karen BBBCinemaMovies

Saint Karen
Wayne Cobb: All right. So, your movie is Saint Karen, the altruistic martyr who went to save her hapless ex-husband from abject failure.

10Sea Dragon BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Sea Dragon
NASA sea-launched rocket first launched in 1977, from various episodes.



3Seahawk BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Seahawk
Lunar module used for the Apollo 15 mission.

4Sewell's Books BBBMedia CompaniesPublishing Companies

Sewell's Books
Publisher of Pam's book of poetry, Muse #10.

5Sojourner 1 BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Sojourner 1
Season 3 explores the three-way race to Mars in 1994, featuring the Russian Mars-94 spacecraft, NASA's Sojourner 1 and Helios Aerospace's upgraded Polaris space station, now known as Phoenix.

6Spartans BBBSportsBasketball Teams

Spartans
Jersey Ed's son Shane is wearing when he is hit by a car while riding his bike to a basketball game. Following the accident, he is declared brain dead.

7TriQuarterly BBBPeriodicalsMagazines

TriQuarterly
Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10. The back bio page mentions that she's had work published in TriQuarterly, Poetry Northwest and Emergency Horse Magazine.

8The Tumbler Inn BBBTravelInns

The Tumbler Inn
Hotel Gordo mentions.

9Victoria BBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Victoria
NASA space shuttle. Update reported to Margo: Discovery, Enterprise and Endeavor are still in turnaround on the West Coast, while Atlantis, Victoria and Constitution are still in OMDP in Palmdale.

10WHU FM BBBRadioRadio Stations

WHU FM
Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92.

11Zanadew Lounge BBBNightlifeLounges

Zanadew Lounge
Ed grabs a drink - and picks up a woman - after fighting with Karen when she tells him that she slept with someone.

FICTITIOUS TIMELINE
12March 25, 1936 Dates20th Century: 1st HalfBirth Dates

March 25, 1936
Gordo Stevens born, as seen on his headstone.



3November 10, 1963 Dates20th Century: 60sBirth Dates

November 10, 1963
Astronaut Daniel Gordon "Gordo" Stevens born.



3March 16, 1966 Dates20th Century: 60sEvents

March 16, 1966
Bill pees his pants during the Gemini 8 mission. Neil Armstrong and David Scott started tumbling and spinning in orbit and nearly black out and die. Bill is on console, about to go off duty, and he has to pee. Neil loses control of the spacecraft and it's getting worse. Bill stays at his post.



3July 14, 1966 Dates20th Century: 60sBirth Dates

July 14, 1966
Kelly Baldwin born in Saigon, as Nguyen Thi Hanh. Her mother dies in childbirth.



3June 26, 1969 Dates20th Century: 60sEvents

June 26, 1969
Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov becomes the first man to set foot on the moon.



3June 27, 1969 Dates20th Century: 60sHeadlines

June 27, 1969
Date of Houston Sentinel newspaper headline: RED MOON.



3July 20, 1969 Dates20th Century: 60sEvents

July 20, 1969
Aleida and Octavio Rosales cross the border from Mexico to the USA as Apollo 11 reaches the Moon.



3September 5, 1969 Dates20th Century: 60sEvents

September 5, 1969
Ed seeks to get back to the space program, without much luck / Nixon doubles down on the program, supporting the "race for the base" - building a permanent military installation on the moon.



3October 27, 1970 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

October 27, 1970
Deke introduces NASA's next Apollo astronauts: Ellen Waverly, Molly Cobb, Tracy Stevens and Danielle Poole.



3November 16, 1970 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

November 16, 1970
Nixon orchestrates a ceasefire in Vietnam that takes effect 2400 Greenwich Mean Time.



3April 3, 1972 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

April 3, 1972
A C-5A Galaxy transport plane with 243 infants, children, volunteers and crew took off from Saigon as part of Operation Babylift. One minute, 23 seconds later, the plane crashed into a field. Forty-seven children were rescued. Kelly Baldwin was one of them.



3January 20, 1973 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

January 20, 1973
Ted Kennedy sworn in as the 38th President of the United States.



3October 12, 1973 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

October 12, 1973
NASA established Jamestown base on the moon.



3August 24, 1974 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

August 24, 1974
Launch of the Apollo 23 mission.



3November 9, 1974 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

November 9, 1974
Dani, still on the moon, has a video call with Clayton following his Levi Strauss interview, which didn't go well.



3November 10, 1974 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

November 10, 1974
The astronauts at Jamestown discuss an unusual signal.



3November 27, 1974 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

November 27, 1974
NASA and the crew of Jamestown moon base discuss concerns over the Russians on a video call.



3December 9, 1974 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

December 9, 1974
New estimate for the launch of Apollo 24.



3March 17, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

March 17, 1976
Date of newspaper headline: KREMLIN ACCUSED OF REPEATEDLY VIOLATING SPACE AGREEMENT.



3August 8, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

August 8, 1976
Houston Sentinel newspaper headline: RUSSIAN N-3 ROCKET: Largest Rocket Ever Launched.



3September 18, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

September 18, 1976
Le Report de Paris newspaper headline: Israel and Egypt fail to Reach Agreement at Camp David.



3November 4, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

November 4, 1976
New York Inquisitor newspaper headline: REAGAN WINS.



3December 8, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

December 8, 1976
Date of New York Evening Telegram newspaper headline: US TO SCRAP SPACE TREATY.



3December 9, 1976 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

December 9, 1976
Date of New York Evening Telegram newspaper headline: US TO SCRAP SPACE TREATY.



3January 2, 1977 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

January 2, 1977
Date of New York Ledger newspaper headline: REAGAN SWORN IN AS 39TH PRESIDENT.



3January 15, 1977 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

January 15, 1977
The DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews supersedes previous DOD Directives dated 15 January 1977, 31 May 1978 and 1 March 1980.



3January 20, 1977 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

January 20, 1977
Ronald Reagan sworn in as the 39th President of the United States.



3April 3, 1978 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

April 3, 1978
The 50th Academy Awards, during which Close Encounters of the Third Kind wins best picture, instead of Annie Hall.



3May 31, 1978 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

May 31, 1978
The DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews supersedes previous DOD Directives dated 15 January 1977, 31 May 1978 and 1 March 1980.



3March 28, 1979 Dates20th Century: 70sEvents

March 28, 1979
Three Mile Island nuclear reactor meltdown prevented by technology first developed for Jamestown.



3December 25, 1979 Dates20th Century: 70sHeadlines

December 25, 1979
Los Angeles Chronicle newspaper headline on December 25, 1979: Soviets to Withdraw from Afghan Border.



3February 4, 1980 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

February 4, 1980
The Iran Hostage Crisis ends earlier than it did in our timeline, when President Reagan orders a daring night time raid.



3March 1, 1980 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

March 1, 1980
The DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews supersedes previous DOD Directives dated 15 January 1977, 31 May 1978 and 1 March 1980.



3October 7, 1980 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

October 7, 1980
Chicago Herald Recorder newspaper headline: SOVIETS EXPAND ZVEZDA LUNAR BASE.



3November 4, 1980 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

November 4, 1980
President Ronald Reagan wins a second term.



3December 8, 1980 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 8, 1980
John Lennon is not assassinated.



3May 14, 1981 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

May 14, 1981
Newspaper headline: POPE FELLED BY ASSASSIN'S BULLET. John Paul II was shot and killed today in Saint Peters Square.



3August 15, 1981 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

August 15, 1981
Newspaper headline: NASA Prepares for Launch of First Space Shuttle.



3September 12, 1981 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

September 12, 1981
President Reagan refuses to bail out the Chrysler Corporation.



3October 8, 1981 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

October 8, 1981
Newspaper headline: Sadat Recovering After Assassination Attempt.



3October 27, 1982 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

October 27, 1982
Date of Margo Madison's twenty year service award on the wall in her office.



3February 1, 1983 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

February 1, 1983
Date that Ellen's Dopplin Insurance certificate amendment rider takes effect.



3May 20, 1983 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

May 20, 1983
Packaged date on the peanut butter and raspberry jam sandwich that Margo retrieves from the vending machine through the use of negative pressure after it gets stuck on its way down.



3May 21, 1983 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

May 21, 1983
Larry on Earth speaks with Ellen on the moon, preparing her for a surprise party.



3August 6, 1983 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

August 6, 1983
Date of the DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews.



3December 18, 1983 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 18, 1983
Date of the Bahama Line cruise that Karens tells Ed they should cancel on account that he's now taking the future first Pathfinder mission.



3March 12, 1984 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

March 12, 1984
Los Angeles Chronicle newspaper headline SPACE BOOM: NASA EXPANDS CONSTRUCTION IN EARTH ORBIT.



3October 13, 1984 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

October 13, 1984
Date of headline: MURDER & IRA CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY.



3November 12, 1984 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

November 12, 1984
Date of 1984 Election Special featuring Gary Hart.



3January 20, 1985 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

January 20, 1985
Gary Hart sworn in as the 40th President of the United States.



3March 17, 1986 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

March 17, 1986
Date of headline: POLARIS SPACE TOURS LAUNCHES.



3March 26, 1986 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

March 26, 1986
Date of headline: New Soviet Boss.



3April 17, 1986 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

April 17, 1986
Date of headline: RED TIDE Soviets Expand Influence into America's Backyard.



3June 30, 1986 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

June 30, 1986
Date of headline: Michael Jordan 1st pick NBA draft.



3March 4, 1987 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

March 4, 1987
Date of newspaper headline: Pollard Guilty of Spying Sentences to Life in Prison.



3April 16, 1987 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

April 16, 1987
Date of headline: Helios Wins NASA Mining Contract.



3June 16, 1987 Dates20th Century: 80sHeadlines

June 16, 1987
Date of headline: CHINA SET TO OPEN FIRST MOON BASE NEXT MONTH. 4:37.



3September 20, 1989 Dates20th Century: 80sEvents

September 20, 1989
Scientist James Hansen testifies that global warming has slowed due to the widespread shift from fossil fuels to nuclear fusion.



3November 7, 1990 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

November 7, 1990
Date of video of Gorbachev and Castro together.



3August 27, 1991 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

August 27, 1991
Date of Celebrity Chronicle magazine cover story: All the Rage: The Rise of Nirvana and Grunge.



3July 17, 1992 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

July 17, 1992
Danny Stevens gets married on the Polaris Orbital Hotel.



3January 20, 1993 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

January 20, 1993
Former astronaut Ellen Wilson sworn in as the 41st President of the United States.



3February 8, 1995 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

February 8, 1995
A North Korean ship lands on Mars.



3September 3, 1995 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

September 3, 1995
President Ellen Wilson comes out as gay.



3September 4, 1995 Dates20th Century: 90sEvents

September 4, 1995
Date of multiple newspapers featuring articles about President Ellen Wilson coming out as gay.



MAKE BELIEVE MAP
3Happy Valley Base MapStructuresMilitary Bases

Happy Valley Base
NASA's new base on Mars.

4Jamestown BaseMapStructuresMilitary Bases

Jamestown Base
United States moon base.

5Lenny MapNatureMountains

Lenny
Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy.

6Moon Lab MapStructuresMilitary Bases

Moon Lab
Theoretical future base on the moon. ETA: two years.

7Polaris MapOuter SpaceSpace Stations

Polaris
Space tourism company Polaris Space Tours, founded by Sam Cleveland and Karen Baldwin in the mid 80s, launches the Polaris space station, featuring the Polaris Orbital Hotel.

8Squiggy MapNatureMountains

Squiggy
Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy.

9Sycamore Creek Trailer Park MapResidential CommunitiesTrailer Parks

Sycamore Creek Trailer Park
Margo tracks down Aleida Rosales to offer her an engineer job at NASA.

10Zvezda MapStructuresMilitary Bases

Zvezda
Russian moon base from various episodes.

OTHER
11Apollo 18 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 18
NASA mission. Female astronaut Danielle Poole assigned to the Apollo 18 mission.

12Apollo 19 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 19
NASA mission. While being interviewed on TV, Harry mentions that he previously served with Ellen on the Apollo 19 mission.

13Apollo 22 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 22
NASA mission. Update from NASA to the crew of Apollo 22, currently occupying Jamestown Base on the moon for the last 86 days: The defective LH2 valve which caused the Apollo 23 explosion has been remanufactured by a new contractor and has passed all quality and acceptance tests. We're ready to install it in the second stage of Apollo 24. But in the process of de-stacking the rocket, there was a mishap in the Vertical Assembly Building and some damage was done to the LOX vent lines and the liquid hydrogen fuel tank. That stage will have to be completely rebuilt before it can fly. So we're replacing it with the second stage originally targeted for Apollo 26. But that will take time. So I'm afraid that the launch of Apollo 24 will need to be delayed another two weeks.

14Apollo 23 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 23
NASA mission from various episodes.

15Apollo 24 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 24
NASA mission from various episodes.



3Apollo 25 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 25
NASA mission from various episodes.

4Apollo 26 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 26
NASA mission. Update from NASA to the crew of Apollo 22, currently occupying Jamestown Base on the moon for the last 86 days: The defective LH2 valve which caused the Apollo 23 explosion has been remanufactured by a new contractor and has passed all quality and acceptance tests. We're ready to install it in the second stage of Apollo 24. But in the process of de-stacking the rocket, there was a mishap in the Vertical Assembly Building and some damage was done to the LOX vent lines and the liquid hydrogen fuel tank. That stage will have to be completely rebuilt before it can fly. So we're replacing it with the second stage originally targeted for Apollo 26. But that will take time. So I'm afraid that the launch of Apollo 24 will need to be delayed another two weeks.

5Apollo 37 OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo 37
Mission that named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy.

6Apollo-Soyuz OtherPlansInitiatives

Apollo-Soyuz
Joint U.S./Russian space mission, from various episodes.



3Bill OtherQuotesQuotes

Bill
Bill: This is like the lair of a Batman villain.

4Clayton Poole OtherQuotesQuotes

Clayton Poole
Clayton Poole: That's a fascinating insight. You make another one like that, and I'll kick your teeth down the back of your throat.

5Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov OtherQuotesQuotes

Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov
Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov: I take this step for my country, for my people, and for the Marxist-Leninist way of life, knowing that today is but one small step on a journey that someday will take us all to the stars.

6Danielle Poole & Steve Pomeranz OtherQuotesQuotes

Danielle Poole & Steve Pomeranz
Danielle Poole: Mr. Sulu, set a course for Earth orbit.
Steve Pomeranz: Aye, aye, captain.


7Danielle Poole & Steve Pomeranz OtherQuotesQuotes

Danielle Poole & Steve Pomeranz
Danielle Poole: We're human beings with the blood of a million savage years on our hands. But we can stop it. We can admit that we're killers. But we're not going to kill today. That's all it takes. Knowing that we're not going to kill today.
Steve Pomeranz: That's from Star Trek, isn't it?
Danielle Poole: "A Taste of Armageddon". Season 1 episode 23. First aired February 23rd, 1967.
Steve Pomeranz: Hardcore.


8Ed Baldwin & Karen Baldwin OtherQuotesQuotes

Ed Baldwin & Karen Baldwin
Ed Baldwin: Driving over here, I saw that Wrath of Khan was playing at the Alabama. Maybe you could sneak out and we could catch the late night.
Karen Baldwin: Kelly and I saw it last week.
Ed Baldwin: Oh. Was it good?
Karen Baldwin: Yeah. And Spock dies.


9Edward Baldwin OtherQuotesQuotes

Edward Baldwin
Edward Baldwin: Sometimes you've got to roll the hard six.

10Goo Balls OtherRecipesFood Recipes

Goo Balls
Drug-infused treat that Wayne makes for Karen.

11Gordo Stevens OtherQuotesQuotes

Gordo Stevens
Gordo Stevens: I'm Gordo Stevens and I come in peace. Three times a night.

12Gordo Stevens OtherQuotesQuotes

Gordo Stevens
Gordo Stevens: What's a pretty girl like you doing all the way out here? Your boyfriend a pilot or something?

13Gordo Stevens OtherQuotesQuotes

Gordo Stevens
Gordo Stevens: I'm back, baby. I'm back.

14Gordo Stevens OtherQuotesQuotes

Gordo Stevens
Gordo Stevens: You can see those ants?

15Gordo Stevens OtherQuotesQuotes

Gordo Stevens
Gordo Stevens: Davy Crockett. Daniel Boone. Pioneers. Going out into the wilderness and blazing a trail to where no man has gone before. That's why I like it out here. No man's gone here. No man. Just me.

16Harry Liu OtherQuotesQuotes

Harry Liu
Harry Liu: Well, we're not dead.

17Margo Madison OtherQuotesQuotes

Margo Madison
Margo Madison: You should try reading a novel once in a while. It'd be good for your mind to just tune out. I just finished this one called Christine, about this 1958 homicidal Plymouth.

18Margo Madison OtherQuotesQuotes

Margo Madison
Margo Madison: This is my call. I'm in command here. So you can either stay out of my way, or you can fuck right off. Those are your options.

19Molly Cobb OtherQuotesQuotes

Molly Cobb
Molly Cobb: Face it, kid - my time is up. At least the view is amazing.

20Molly Cobb OtherQuotesQuotes

Molly Cobb
Molly Cobb: Four hours closer to the heat death of the universe. I'll be damned if I know what we accomplished.

21Molly Cobb OtherQuotesQuotes

Molly Cobb
Molly Cobb: Way to go, Ed! Stick it to the bastards.

22Molly Cobb's dog's name. OtherTriviaName Game-Animals

Molly Cobb's dog's name.
Tuck
Ollie
Linny


23Operation Jolly Roger OtherPlansOperations

Operation Jolly Roger
Sojourner 1's solar sail project.

24Pam Horton OtherQuotesQuotes

Pam Horton
Pam Horton (reading her poem): The man on the subway seems like Superman to me, what they used to call a god. How easy for him to flirt, to make you smile, to hear your golden laughter and joke with you again. 'Will he have your phone number before the next stop?' is a game for gods.

25Pam's cat's name - as listed on the back... OtherTriviaName Game-Animals

Pam's cat's name - as listed on the back bio page of her book of poetry Muse #10 that she sends to Ellen.
Flannery
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27President Richard Nixon OtherQuotesQuotes

President Richard Nixon
President Richard Nixon: If the girl screws up, it's your ass.

28Thomas Paine OtherQuotesQuotes

Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine: For this proposed space station, are we real..."

29Thomas Paine OtherQuotesQuotes

Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine: Well, he's seen the light. What can I say? With the Soviets on our heels, he doesn't want any distractions. And the polling didn't help. Turns out Americans don't really wanna watch women dying in fiery plane crashes.

30Tracy Stevens OtherQuotesQuotes

Tracy Stevens
Tracy Stevens: Catch me if you can.

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32Wayne Cobb OtherQuotesQuotes

Wayne Cobb
Wayne Cobb: There's this writer, Ken Kesey, and he said each of us is like the star of our own movie. Well, think about it. A cop sees himself as the star of a crime thriller. The criminals, his partner, they're all supporting players. Or an astronaut sees herself in 2001. The question is, what would, uh, Karen's movie be?

33Wayne Cobb OtherQuotesQuotes

Wayne Cobb
Wayne Cobb: All right. So, your movie is Saint Karen, the altruistic martyr who went to save her hapless ex-husband from abject failure.

34Wernher Von Braun OtherQuotesQuotes

Wernher Von Braun
Wernher von Braun: When I was reviewing the supply chain for the Saturn as part of my analysis, I was puzzled to find that the LH2 valve was manufactured by Kirkland Aerospace, a company located in Rockford, Illinois. I was puzzled because I remembered that contract. I had given it to a company from Colorado Springs in the mid '60s. Then, in early 1973, NASA changed contractors. Why give a contract to a company in Illinois? What was politically important about that state to the administration that had just taken office in 1973? The Equal Rights Amendment.

35Will, Nick, Clarke & Sylvie OtherQuotesQuotes

Will, Nick, Clarke & Sylvie
Will: If we had a photon torpedo we could blow 'em out of the sky.
Nick: I say we nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.
Clarke: What is that? Wrath of Khan?
Sylvie: No, you idiot, it's from Aliens.











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