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  • Programs and Projects
    • The Albuquerque Door Project
        • Teleportation project headed up by famous physicist Arthur Cross, evolution of the Seth Project.
        • Veek mentions the Albuquerque Door from The Fold, the teleportation project headed up by famous physicist Arthur Cross.
    • Apollo 18
        • NASA mission.
        • Female astronaut Danielle Poole assigned to the Apollo 18 mission. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
    • Apollo 19
        • NASA mission.
        • While being interviewed on TV, Harry mentions that he previously served with Ellen on the Apollo 19 mission. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
    • 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. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
    • Apollo 23
        • NASA mission.
        • Apollo 24 launches, the first manned mission since the explosion of Apollo 23. But there's a problem with the booster. NASA sends Apollo 25 to repair, though the mission does not go as planned. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
        • The Apollo 23 mission launches on August 24, 1974. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
        • 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. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
        • Apollo 23 mission launches on August 24, 1974. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
    • Apollo 24
        • NASA mission.
        • Apollo 24 launches, the first manned mission since the explosion of Apollo 23. But there's a problem with the booster. NASA sends Apollo 25 to repair, though the mission does not go as planned. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
        • Gordo reminds Ed, who is still stranded alone on the moon and losing control over the news that his son Shane is brain-dead, that Apollo 24 will be there soon to get him. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
        • The crew of upcoming Apollo 24 mission - Ellen, Deke and Harry - are interview on TV. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
        • Deke reveals the prime crew of Apollo 24: Ellen Waverly, mission commander. Harrison Liu and Deke Slayton. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
        • 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. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
        • Ed works with a cosmonaut to save the crew of Apollo 24. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
    • Apollo 25
        • NASA mission.
        • Apollo 24 launches, the first manned mission since the explosion of Apollo 23. But there's a problem with the booster. NASA sends Apollo 25 to repair, though the mission does not go as planned. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
        • Apollo 25 spashes down following the accident repairing Apollo 24. All astronauts are alive and well. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
        • Female astronaut Tracy Stevens assigned to the Apollo 25 mission. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
        • When Tracy Stevens on the Tonight Show, Johnny Carson mentions her most famous mission Apollo 25 rescuing Molly Cobb. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • 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. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
    • Apollo 37
        • Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Apollo-Soyuz
        • Joint U.S./Russian space mission.
        • Referred to as Suyez-Apollo by the Russians. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
        • Continued training for the Apollo-Suyez mission - until the Russians shoot down Korean Airlines flight #007, carrying NASA director Thomas Paine. Mission in limbo. (Season 2 episode Don't Be Cruel)
        • President Reagan asks Ellen if the mission should proceed. She recommends to move forward, and he agrees. (Season 2 episode And Here's to You)
        • Apollo and Soyuz both launch. (Season 2 episode Triage)
        • After being ordered to return home, Dani moves forward with the mission. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
    • The April Ludgate Summer Solstice Druid Festival And Buffalo Wings Eating Contest
        • Leslie's summer internship program that she let April name. (Season 6 episode Prom)
    • Arias Expedition
        • Janeway tells Tom Paris that she served with his father aboard the Al-Batani, on which she served as science officer during the Arias Expedition. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Asteroid Mining Project
        • College professor Harold J. Finley joins the Asteroid Mining Project at the Space Center in Readsville. (Episode The Man with the Power)
    • The Avengers Initiative
        • Nick Fury: "There was an idea - Stark knows this - called The Avengers Initiative. The idea was to bring together a group of remarkable people, see if they could become something more, see if they could work together when we needed them to fight the battles that we never could."
    • Beleaguered Castle
        • Military project code name for the unit that runs the Source Code project, taking its name from a variation on the game of solitaire.
    • The Bellington System
        • Project that David discusses with his co-workers during a virtual meeting.
    • The Bessemer Project
        • The name of the hydrogen energy technology project at the University of Chicago.
    • Bio-Enhancement Super Soldier Program
        • Kiera and soldiers hunt terrorists that were part of the SadTech's Bio-Enhancement Super Soldier Program in episode Season 1 episode 3 Wasting Time. Mentioned by Kagame in Waning Minute.
    • Blipvert Project
        • Also known as project: X-LN247. Bryce's project to create commercials for the Zik Zak corporation that prevent viewers from changing channels when commercials come on LJ2FI (episode Blipverts)
    • The Chaney Moon Plan
        • America's bold new method of self-control, implemented after The Little War, involving the mandatory sleep at age twenty-one.
    • The Delaware Project
        • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • The Delos Immortality Project
        • The Delos corporation's attempt to create host bodies for living people.
    • The Doomsday Project
        • The name of the government weapons program that Dr. Adele Burkhart, though once considered one of the brains behind it, later denounces (Issue #1 Operation: Lady Doomsday)
    • DROUGHT Plan
        • Governor Woodchuck's drought relief optimization using geohydraqion technology plan. (Season 4 episode See Mr. Peanutbutter Run)
    • Dunder-Mifflin Infinity
        • Ryan: "Dunder-Mifflin Infinity represents a floor to ceiling streamlining of our business model. The center piece of the campaign is a new business to business website interface that will allow us to compete directly with big box chains." (Season 4 Dunder mifflin infinity)
    • The Exodus Mission
        • After pollution begins to kill the population, humanity leaves the Earth.
    • Experiment 53
        • From the Rob Zombie song "The Ballad Of Ressurection Joe And Rosa Whore" on the album Hellbilly Deluxe.
    • Family First Initiative
        • Mariah Dillard's new program, aimed at single mothers. "Stronger Family, Stronger Community" (Season 2)
    • The Fifty State Initiative
        • The next stage in superhuman evolution - a federal force from coast to coast - 50 super teams spread over fifty states.
    • Friends Of The Park Fund: The Sullivan Street Park Project
        • Leslie's project to build a new park over the pit on Sullivan Street. $35,000 is her goal (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • The Gibraltar Project
        • Largest construction project in history - The Titan Foundation builds a dam and creates the new country of Atlantis.
    • Global Rehabilitation Initiative
        • Secretary of State Charlotte Field's plan to save the world.
    • The Heartland Exotic Plant Management Project
        • Project that Leslie would be overseeing if she accepts the new job offer overseeing a branch office of the national park service. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • The Himiko Project
        • Richard Croft's search for the ancient Japanese queen Himiko.
    • The Human Hibernation Project
        • Military project to freeze Joe and Rita for one year, that ends up lasting hundreds of years... "One of the Army's most ambitious experiments, and one of its most secretive."
    • The Humanichs Project
        • A research effort attempting to design androids that will learn like humans learn, and behave like humans behave.
    • Ice Shelf Depletion Investigation and Antarctic New Species Project
        • Project sponsored by Whipple Scientific, taking place at the NyBy Science Station. (Season 2 episode 8)
    • Job 314
        • Arms dealer Max's code name for initiative to steal the CIA NOC list, a record of all the deep cover agents working in Eastern Europe.
    • Juvenile Aggression Study
        • Psychological study that a young Ned Flanders participated in, sponsored by Swanson's Angry Man Dinners. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • The Lazarus Program
        • NASA project. Twelve landing pods sent to twelve potentially habitable planets which could sustain human life.
    • The Lefebre-Yoshida Expedition
        • Expedition to Mars that took off from Lunar Base. "After ten years of married life, be still was so unutterably foolish as to love her, and there was no question that he was always glad to see her - still Sunday afternoons just after dinner were sacred to him and his idea of solid comfort was to be left in utter solitude for two or three hours. Consequently, he fixed his eye firmly upon the latest reports of the Lefebre-Yoshida expedition to Mars (this one was to take off from Lunar Base and might actually succeed) and pretended she wasn't there." (Story: Robbie)
    • Levitas Experiment
        • LuthorCorp project designed to create the ultimate interrogator. (Season 3 episode Truth)
    • Moon Mission Erase
        • Mission to fix the moon following Chairface's attempt to carve his name (Season 2 episode Alone Together)
    • Murder Protocol One
        • Code for when all the biotics are activated at once - to kill Future Man. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
    • The Neuro-Cybernaut Program
        • Program that inserts a microchip in your brain that increases your intelligence, but will eventually kill you at a young age.
    • The New Jersey Project
        • Dan goes up against billionaire Jordan King by buying up swampland that King intends to use for his next development initiative The New Jersey Project. When Dan demands too much money, King decides to go with The Delaware Project instead, leaving Dan with worthless swamp land. (Season 7 episode If I Were a Rich Man)
    • Olympia
        • The codename for a series of bribes from defense contractor Charlie Reynolds paid to William Haney when he was Vice President.
    • P.A.C.S.
        • Program and Control study. Stefan discovers that he is being monitored and controlled as part of a psychological study… or is he? (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch)
    • The Pandora Project
        • The Xircon Corporation project to bring back technology from the future.
        • The order that Ben Richards is ordered to carry out: Eliminate anything moving, which he refuses to do.
    • Plan B
        • Springfield's disaster plan: Move the whole town five miles down the road. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Principal Skinner's Transportation Project
        • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friend, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, Principal Skinner's Transportation Project not only gets the town's trains running on time, he gets them running on metric time: "Remember this moment, people… 80 past 2:00 on April 47th. It's the dawn of an enlightened Springfield." (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Print In All Colors
        • The Sabre corporation's minority executive training program in Tallahassee. Any sabre employee of color is welcome to apply. (Season 6 episode St. Patrick's Day)
    • Procedure 033-03
        • Deep Sleep's code name for Logan's mission to find and destroy Sanctuary.
    • Project Adonis
        • For centuries, Man has looked to the skies and sought to uncover the mystery of the universe. The telescope brought into focus the craters on the Moon and the canals on Mars, but it was limited, and Man's insistent hunger for knowledge and experience would not be satisfied until he broke the massive chains of gravity and set foot himself on a planet other than his own. Project Mercury was his first venture into space — a testament to his technical ingenuity and courage, a green light to a hundred other projects which would take him still further. This is Project Adonis, a laboratory orbiting a thousand miles above the Earth, a tiny, far-flung world connected only by radio and memory, and inhabited by a handful of men dedicated to removing the unknown for future space travelers. (Episode Specimen: Unknown)
        • Umbrella Corporation experiment that exposed security officer Alice with the T-Virus in the first Resident Evil film. To their surprise, she bonded with the virus on a cellular level, gaining abilities. In Resident Evil: Afterlife, Albert Wesker injects her with a serum that extracts the virus, making her human again.
        • Experimental program that infected Alice, the head of security at the Hive, with the T-Virus. The virus bonded with her at a cellular level. She developed powers. She became different. Powerful. Unstoppable.
    • Project Arcturus
        • 
Hank Scorpio's evil plan to seize the East Coast, which couldn't have succeeded without Homer Simpson, at least according to a personal note Homer from Hank Scorpio. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice)
    • Project Beyond
        • Project Nathan was working on before his untimely death. (Season 1 episode The Funeral)
        • Nathan's memory is restored - it turns out that he and Jamie sold Beyond to Cavern Investments instead Ingrid's father's company, Bacarti Partners. (Season 1 episode Freeyond)
        • Nathan's best friend and business partner Jamie's new business, based on the work Nathan was doing before his accident. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)
    • Project Blacksaber
        • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif.
    • Project Blackwing
        • CIA division tasked with searching for, studying and dealing with people in possession of strange abilities or (super)powers, or paranormal sensory perceptions, also known as anomalous entities.
    • Project Bootstrap
        • Government sponsored social hiring program that Smithers mentions when Mr. Burns asks about Homer Simpson. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Project CASTOR
        • There was a scientific study from the 1970s that resulted in an illegal human cloning project. Initially run as a military operation, it was eventually compartmentalized into two autonomous operations: The Dyad Institute carried biologically female clones to term (Project LEDA), and the military faction carried biologically male clones to term (Project CASTOR). Named after the mythical Leda, queen of Sparta and mother (with Zeus) of Helen of Troy, Castor and Pollux.
    • Project Cluster Prism
        • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif.
    • Project Colorado
        • Government initiative designed to hide survivors from the plague (Season 1 episode 13)
    • Project Daedelus
        • The last words Airiam says to Michael, later revealed to be Section 31's grand design for time travel. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Project Endurance
        • NASA project to find, rescue, and resupply the few marooned scientists of the previous Lazarus missions in addition to establishing a permanent colony on a suitable planet that could sustain human life.
    • Project Farmland
        • But Africa. They had simply let their enthusiasm get the better of them there, and you had to admire that, although more thoughtful advice would have cautioned them to perhaps let it wait a bit until, for instance, Project Farmland had been completed. Now there the Nazis had shown genius; the artist in them had truly emerged. The Mediterranean Sea bottled up, drained, made into tillable farmland, through the use of atomic power — what daring!
    • Project G.O.L.I.A.T.H.
        • Scientific project led by Hank Pym, mentioned in passing in Iron Man 2.
    • Project Habeas Corpus
        • Henry and Zane's biological fabrication project to build a living, breathing body for Holly from the cellular ground up. (Season 5 episode Smarter Carter)
    • Project HEAVEN
        • FAITH's project to convert Bob's digital consciousness into a Von Neumann Probe. HEAVEN = Habitable Earths Abiogenic Vessel Exploration Network.
    • Project Insight
        • Secret S.H.I.E.L.D. operation created in direct response to the growing need for international security that began after the Battle of New York, involving the launch of 3 new Helicarriers.
    • Project Janus
        • Council project to create the perfect judge, the program that created Judge Dredd and his brother Rico.
    • Project LEDA
        • There was a scientific study from the 1970s that resulted in an illegal human cloning project. Initially run as a military operation, it was eventually compartmentalized into two autonomous operations: The Dyad Institute carried biologically female clones to term (Project LEDA), and the military faction carried biologically male clones to term (Project CASTOR). Named after the mythical Leda, queen of Sparta and mother (with Zeus) of Helen of Troy, Castor and Pollux.
    • Project Liberator
        • Killmonger’s drone design that Tony builds at Stark Industries using vibranium. (Season 1 episode What If… Killmonger Rescued Tony Stark?)
    • Project Lowenzahn
        • Also known as Project Dandelion. Reich program that… "consists of an incident on the border between the Rocky Mountain States and the United States… U.S. troops will be attacked and will retaliate by crossing the border and engaging the regular RMS troops stationed nearby. The U.S. troops have detailed maps showing Midwest army installations. This is step one. Step two consists of a declaration by Germany regarding the conflict. A volunteer detachment of Wehrmacht paratroopers will be sent to aid the U.S. However, this is further camouflage."
    • Project Mark Omega
        • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif.
    • Project Pax Aurora
        • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif.
    • Project Pegasus
        • Research cyber for powerful energy sources. PEGASUS = Potential Energy Group ' Alternate Sources ' United States. (Issue #53 The Thing and Quasar)
        • The Tesseract "wakes up" in the joint NASA/S.H.I.E.L.D. facility known as Project Pegasus. Full text on interior wall: "Joint Dark Energy Mission ' Western Division ' NASA Space Radiation Facility ' S.H.I.E.L.D. Accelerator Test"
        • Kree scientist Dr. Wendy Lawson's joint USAF/NASA operation to create light speed engine.
    • Project Phoenix
        • The Ferrous Corporation is secretly building a new fleet of ships for the war (Season 3 episode 5 Give It Up, Princess)
    • Project Prometheus
        • Weyland initiative to visit humanity's forerunners and creators, also known as "The Engineers".
    • Project Starfish
        • Amanda Waller sends the Suicide Squad to Jotunheim, a scientific research facility located in the city of Valle del Mar on the small island nation of Corto Maltese off coast of South America, to destroy evidence of the U.S.'s involvement with Project Starfish.
    • Project Stellarsphere
        • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif.
    • Project Swarm
        • The Granular Project program that created ADIs - Autonomous Drone Insects (Season 3 episode Hated in the Nation)
    • Project War-Mantle
        • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif.
    • The Protector Initiative
        • Nick Fury's original name for the Avenger Initiative, named after Carol Danvers nickname.
    • PX-319 Project
        • Weapon under development at Global Dynamics that transmits a low frequency signal that delivers a subconscious message of fear and paranoia to the amygdala, deep in the brain, causing the enemy to turn against one another. (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Rise Up Pawnee
        • Bobby Newport's plan to put electric lifts on every outdoor staircase in Pawnee. (Season 4 episode Campaign Shake-Up)
    • RRP (Raccoon Relocation Project)
        • Proposed project in Pawnee. Enacting it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • S.T.S.-157
        • The last space shuttle mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope.
    • The Salamander Syndicate
        • An ambitious plan redirect Newt resources away from the declining pearl industry and into larger hydroengineering projects.
    • Sanctuary Project
        • David Eakins’ project, which predicts the forthcoming nuclear war back in 2118. (Episode Man Out of Time)
    • SB-19
        • Ni'Var experiment that spread sensors across dozens of light years of subspace. They had a front seat view of the Burn. Michael requests access to the data. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • The Secret Civilian Mail-Opening Project
        • From sign outside Fort Springfield: "Proud Home of the Secret Civilian Mail-Opening Project" (Season 5 episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song)
    • The Seth Project
        • Attempt at energetic matter transmission, long-term goal to create a practical IMT system (Instant matter transfer)
    • Shipmaster Qualification Program
        • Gordon expresses interest in taking the Union Command test. (Season 2 episode Nothing Left on Earth Excepting Fishes)
    • Star Achieving Mentors, Star Achieving Mentees
        • SAM-SAM for short. Mentorship program for up-and-coming detectives that Santiago applies for. (Season 3 episode Hostage Situation)
    • the Babylon Project
        • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online. The fifth attempt, Babylon 5, came online in 2256. The cost of bringing Babylon 5 into service was enormous, but the station met and far exceeded its initial goal over the next twenty-four years.
    • The Lima Project
        • U.S. Space Command identifies the source of the mysterious power surges threatening the solar system to the twenty-nine year old Lima Project, a search for intelligent life from the farthest regions of the Solar System under the leadership of Roy McBride's father. The ship disappeared approximately 16 years into the mission. No data was ever recovered. Deep space missions were halted after that.
    • The New Atlantis Project
        • Project initiated in 2367 as a way of creating a new subcontinent on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the Atlantic Ocean on Earth. (from the Picard family album)
    • The Trinity Program
        • On the asteroid world, the first test of a nuclear device was a failure. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • The Triple X Program
        • No description available
    • The Tucker Park Graffiti Removal Project
        • Project to remove cartoon penises from Tucker Park that still haunts Leslie. (Season 1 episode The Reporter)
    • U.L.P.
        • Drug study at Neberdine Pharmaceutical And Biotech (Owen and Annie's study)
    • The Ultrasonic Project
        • Project under development at Westbrook Electronics (Episode 1 Identified)
    • Westside Detoxification And Revitalization Project
        • Project listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)

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