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* 1953 – The first U. S. experimental 3D-TV broadcast showed an episode of Space Patrol on Los Angeles ABC affiliate KECA-TV.
* Several episodes of Space Patrol, a 1962 puppet television series, dealt with Mars
* Space Patrol Delta, an organization in Power Rangers: S. P. D.
Within eight months of Captain Video's debut, two other landmark series were launched-Tom Corbett, Space Cadet ( 8 / 50-6 / 55 ) and Space Patrol ( 3 / 50-2 / 55 ).
A similar puppet-based series to the Anderson ones was Space Patrol ( 1962 – 64 ), produced by Roberta Leigh, for Associated British Corporation ( ABC ).
The movie, which was released in Japan on August 6, 1977, was edited down further and dubbed into English in 1978 ; entitled Space Cruiser Yamato or simply Space Cruiser, it was only given a limited theatrical release in Europe & Latin America, where it was called Patrulha Estelar ( Star Patrol ) or Astronave Intrepido ( Starship Intrepid ), though it was later released on video in most countries.
Space Cadet is a 1948 science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein about Matt Dodson, who joins the Space Patrol to help preserve peace in the Solar System.
In 2075, teenager Matt Dodson applies to join the prestigious Space Patrol.
The Space Patrol is entrusted by the worldwide Earth government with a monopoly on nuclear weapons, and is expected to maintain a credible threat to drop them on Earth from orbit as a deterrent against breaking the peace.
The novel refers to the " Space Patrol ," the interplanetary peace-keeping organization described in Space Cadet.
In 1999, Lieutenant John Ezra Dahlquist is a member of the Space Patrol, an international organization with the custody of all Earth's remaining nuclear weapons.
In Space Cadet, Ezra Dahlquist is one of " hose who helped create the Tradition of the Patrol ".
Space Patrol has been the title of several science fiction works:
* Space Patrol ( 1950 TV series ), the United States 1950s TV series with a concurrent radio version
* Space Patrol ( 1962 TV series ), a 1962 UK puppet television series, shown in the US under the name Planet Patrol
* Raumpatrouille, a 1966 German 7-part space opera, known as Space Patrol in English
* Several of Robert A. Heinlein's books and stories in the 1940s and 1950s featured a Space Patrol, first appearing in " Solution Unsatisfactory "
*" Space Patrol ", one of The Simpsons shorts
* Lumen — The Planet of Light in the British puppet TV series Space Patrol.
Captured by Captain Big Nasty of the Outer Space Patrol, he was fitted with a collar that prevented him from bulking up, and also from speaking.

Space and is
How effectively these warnings can be presented is seen in Pohl and Kornbluth's The Space Merchants, Vonnegut's Player Piano and Wyndham's Re-Birth.
Easily the best known of these three novels is The Space Merchants, a good example of a science-fiction dystopia which extrapolates much more than the impact of science on human life, though its most important warning is in this area, namely as to the use to which discoveries in the behavioral sciences may be put.
Space in any form is completely measured by the three dimensions.
Now a quiet-spoken, middle-aged man, Fiedler is an aeronautical engineer for Lockheed's Missiles and Space Division at Sunnyvale, where he played a key role in the development of the Navy's Polaris missile.
Asteroids is also the first game to use Atari's " QuadraScan " vector-refresh system ; a full-color version known as " Color-QuadraScan " was later developed for games such as Space Duel and Tempest.
He visited the ruins of Babylon and the subterranean secret of Memphis and spent ten years alone in the great southern desert of Arabia — the Roba El Khaliyeh or " Empty Space " of the ancients — and " Dahna " or " Crimson " desert of the modern Arabs, which is held to be inhabited by protective evil spirits and monsters of death.
Science fiction set in what was the future but is now the past, like Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey or Nineteen Eighty-Four, are not alternate history because the author has not made the conscious choice to change the past.
** Aquila pattern power armour is the most commonly used type of power armour in the Space Marines inventory
Tidbinbilla is a locality to the south-west of Canberra that features the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, operated by the United States ' National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) as part of its Deep Space Network.
The Apollo 16 command module Casper is on display at the U. S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
* 1990 – STS-31: The Hubble Space Telescope is launched from the Space Shuttle Discovery.
A replica of the Wright Brothers ' wind tunnel is on display at the Virginia Air and Space Center.
The program also takes part in the Space Activities National Program ( PNAE ) which objective is to lead the country toward the autonomy of this technology, vital in a path to sustainable development.
On the Sinclair ZX80 and ZX81 computers, the Break is accessed by pressing Space.
He is perhaps best known for his role as Will Robinson on the CBS science fiction television series Lost in Space ( 1965 – 1968 ), as well as for his role as ambassadorial aide Lennier in the syndicated series Babylon 5 ( 1994 – 1998 ).
Papyrus is what he called ' Space Binding '.
Space Shuttle Challenger is depicted ascending toward the heavens in search of new knowledge in the field of solar and stellar astronomy, with its Spacelab 2 payload.
She is a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions, and departed the International Space Station on May 23, 2011, as a crew member of Expedition 27 after logging 159 days in space.
The Institute launched the Kavli Nanoscience Institute at Caltech in 2006, the Keck Institute for Space Studies in 2008, and is also the current home for the Einstein Papers Project.
The Spitzer Science Center ( SSC ), part of the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center located on the Caltech campus, is the data analysis and community support center for NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.

Space and science
In novels such as The City and the Stars and the story " The Sentinel " ( upon which 2001: A Space Odyssey was based ) Clarke presents ultra-advanced technologies developed by hyperintelligences limited only by fundamental science.
NASA's Advanced Automation for Space Missions study directly inspired the science fiction novel Code of the Lifemaker ( 1983 ) by author James P. Hogan.
Launched on 24 October 1998, the Deep Space mission carried out a flyby of asteroid 9969 Braille, which was selected as the mission's science target.
Therefore it was a primary mission of the Deep Space 1 demonstration to show long duration use of an ion thruster on a science mission.
Deep Space 1 succeeded in its primary and secondary objectives including flybys of the asteroid Braille and of Comet Borrelly, returning valuable science data and images.
It is now home to the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, a research institute jointly operated by Columbia and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration dedicated to atmospheric and climate science.
Space science data handling has two aspects.
Most notably in " The Colour Out of Space ", the inability of science to comprehend a contaminated meteorite leads to horror.
HAL 9000 is a character in Arthur C. Clarke's science fiction Space Odyssey saga.
Known Space is the fictional setting of some dozen science fiction novels and several collections of short stories written by author Larry Niven.
Unlike many fictional universes, the component tales of Known Space were largely released as short stories or serials in various science fiction anthology magazines.
* Space Marine, in science fiction, a soldier who serves aboard a spacecraft and / or who is trained to fight in space or in planetary attacks
The first book of Lewis's Space Trilogy, a rare example of theological science fiction, it features a philologist named Ransom who arrives by accident on Mars ( called Malacandra by the natives ).
* The second series of the British radio science fiction program Journey Into Space ( 1954 – 1955 ) deals with a trip to Mars and what the astronauts find there.
He was appreciated for a number of essay books ( primarily about science ) and for a number of science fiction novels like Rymdväktaren, or " The Space Guardian " and Nyaga.
The name Plan 9 from Bell Labs is a reference to the Ed Wood 1959 cult science fiction Z-movie Plan 9 from Outer Space.
Ringworld is a 1970 science fiction novel by Larry Niven, set in his Known Space universe and considered a classic of science fiction literature.
" Known Space " ( also the commonly used title for Larry Niven's future history science fiction series ) is about 80 light years in diameter with 10, 000 stars, including Human Space ( 40 light years diameter, 524 stars in 357 systems, 30 billion humans, ⅔ on Earth ), as well as neighbouring Alien civilisations.
Space opera is adventure science fiction set in outer space or on distant planets.

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