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Earth Star Voyager: Part 1


In the late 21st century, planet earth's natural resources are near depletion, and problems like acid rain and limited breathable oxygen abound. In response to the environmental decline, the Earth Star Voyager is created as an experimental space ship that sends the brightest young crewmen and women on a quest to find a new planet that human beings can colonize. Along the way, they find the long lost Jacob 'Jake' Brown, find a world with hostile aliens, and learn that the star craft's top secret purpose was not just a peaceful space exploration mission, but also potentially the critical piece of a super weapon.




Earth Star Voyager: Part 1


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US made-for-tv film (1988). Marstar Productions, Walt Disney Television (see Disney on Television) . Created and written by Ed Spielman. Directed by James Goldstone. Cast includes Peter Donat, Brian McNamara, Lynette Mettey, Jason Michas, Julia Montgomery and Duncan Regehr. Two 96-minute parts. Colour.


In 1987, Star Trek: The Next Generation proved a huge hit in syndication and seemed to point to a hunger among audiences for space-based sci fi on television. In 1988, Disney apparently sought to jump on that bandwagon with this pilot which aired in two parts on ABC on The Wonderful World of Disney. But this younger-skewing mini-series came long before the entertainment industry had discovered the cash cow of YA franchises and how to make those appeal to the broader audience. I have no ratings data for the two-part episode, but apparently it did not pull strong enough numbers for ABC to have an interest in adding it to the schedule. Though the mini-series would go into the regular repeat rotation on cable for the next few years where it would start to build somewhat of a cult following.


The Earth Star Voyager is a spaceship sent to another solar system to prepare it for colonization. Earth itself is horribly polluted, so the mission is vitally important. But as the departing starship gets under way, signs begin t...


Earth Star Voyager was a Pilot Movie that originally aired as a 2-part miniseries on ABC's The Disney Sunday Movie in January 1988. It focuses on a group of over-achieving young people from a late 21st century Crapsack Earth as they trek through the stars to find a new home for the human race. Along the way, the crew has to deal with the usual dangers of TV space travel, along with the drama and awkwardness typical of being a teenager or a young adult on television.


In "Little Green Men", Earth of the past was once again visited, specifically the Roswell Incident of 1947. "It's one of those things that Star Trek can do," commented Quark actor Armin Shimerman. "It can combine fantasy and history, and do a take on it. That started in the original series when the Enterprise would visit Earth back in the past." (Cinefantastique, Vol. 28, No. 4/5, p. 61) Shimerman particularly liked how the planet was used as a setting for "Little Green Men". "In my wildest dreams, I never saw Quark going to earth ever," he revealed. "So it was nice, not only to be on Earth, but to be on Earth in the Forties." ("Period Piece", Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Official Poster Magazine, No. 6) Shimerman also remarked that, for DS9 recurring character Nog, being on Earth full-time (in order to attend Starfleet Academy) implied that Nog actor Aron Eisenberg would have less to do on the series. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 28, No. 4/5, p. 47)


Owing to the premise of Star Trek: Voyager, Earth could not be shown as a regular setting in that series. (Star Trek: Voyager - A Vision of the Future, p. 164) Earth nonetheless did appear on the show. Ronald D. Moore observed, "There have been more episodes [in VOY] that have taken place on Earth, or alternate Earth, or past Earth than I think the original series did in its whole run, and the original series was set over in the Alpha Quadrant." Brannon Braga even considered permanently returning the starship Voyager to the planet. Moore, who imagined an initial two-parter focusing on the vessel's arrival at Earth, argued against this option, believing it would waste Star Trek: Voyager's "golden opportunity" to be different from all the other Star Trek series. [19]


The Earth Star Voyager is a spaceship sent to another solar system to prepare it for colonization. Earth itself is horribly polluted, so the mission is vitally important. But as the departing starship gets under way, signs begin to emerge that their mission may unwittingly be part of a larger conspiracy. Part 1


The Earth Star Voyager is a spaceship sent to another solar system to prepare it for colonization. Earth itself is horribly polluted, so the mission is vitally important. But as the departing starship gets under way, signs begin to emerge that their mission may unwittingly be part of a larger conspiracy. Part 2


Fancy watching 'Earth Star Voyager' on your TV, phone, or tablet? Finding a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or watch the James Goldstone-directed movie via subscription can be confusing, so we here at Moviefone want to take the pressure off. Below, you'll find a number of top-tier streaming and cable services - including rental, purchase, and subscription choices - along with the availability of 'Earth Star Voyager' on each platform when they are available. Now, before we get into the fundamentals of how you can watch 'Earth Star Voyager' right now, here are some particulars about the adventure flick. Released January 17th, 1988, 'Earth Star Voyager' stars Duncan Regehr, Brian McNamara, Julia Montgomery, Jason Michas The movie has a runtime of about 4 hr, and received a user score of 63 (out of 100) on TMDb, which compiled reviews from 4 respected users. Want to know what the movie's about? Here's the plot: "In the late 21st century, planet earth's natural resources are near depletion, and problems like acid rain and limited breathable oxygen abound. In response to the environmental decline, the Earth Star Voyager is created as an experimental space ship that sends the brightest young crewmen and women on a quest to find a new planet that human beings can colonize. Along the way, they find the long lost Jacob 'Jake' Brown, find a world with hostile aliens, and learn that the star craft's top secret purpose was not just a peaceful space exploration mission, but also potentially the critical piece of a super weapon." .


These strong fields accelerate charged particles in their vicinity, and cause the emission of electromagnetic radiation. Each time the neutron star completes a rotation, any object in the path of that radiation receives a "pulse," and the ones that are pointed at us are identifiable as pulsars. These 14 objects identified to create an Earth-finding map are indeed pulsars, and so the plan seemed like a good one. But since the late 1970s, we've discovered two very inconvenient facts that will most likely render Earth infuriatingly unfindable by any intelligent alien life that happens to locate it.


The instrumental characteristics, observational capabilities and scientific results of the Voyager 1 and 2 ultraviolet spectrometers are reviewed. These instruments provide current and ongoing access to low resolution spectra for a wide variety of astronomical sources in the 500 to 1700 Å band. Observations of the brightest OB stars and hot subluminous stars as faint as V = 15 mag. are possible. In the EUV, at wavelengths shortward of 900 Å, several new sources have been detected and a host of potential sources ruled out. In the Far UV, particularly at wavelengths between 900 and 1200 Å, Voyager is capable of observing a wide range of stellar and non-stellar sources. Such observations can often provide a valuable complement to IUE and other data sets at longer wavelengths. The Voyager spectrometers have proved remarkably stable photon counting instruments, capable of extremely long integration times. The long integration times, relatively large field of view, and location in the outer solar system also provide an ideal platform for observations of sources of faint diffuse emission, such as nebulae and the general sky background.


VOYAGER RETURNS is a two-part series of signals, songs, and sounds, borne by radio to distant ears! Referencing Voyager 1 & 2, spacecraft launched by NASA in 1977 to capture photos and data from across the galaxy, as these flying objects enter into interstellar space travelling further than any other human made object, they each carry with them a golden record of "earth sounds" compiled by Carl Sagan. With VOYAGER RETURNS, we're imagining the Voyagers have been intercepted, and an alien communique has been sent back across the galaxy, received by radio direct to CJSW 90.9 fm.VOYAGER RETURNS: Part 1Artists include: Laura Reid & Clinton St. John, Messages from the Stars (Rebecca Reid & marie Sulkowski), Michelle Murphy, Sarah Houle & Shane Ghostkeeper, WKP (Whitney Ota), Zahra Shahab, and Caitlind Brown.VOYAGER RETURNS: Part 2Artists include: Audrey Lane Cockett, Castle Souns (Patrick Whitten, Rebecca Reid, Rhys Masrani, Ryan Bourne), DJ Kel & The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Jasmine Vickaryous & Jess Arcand, Jenna Swift, Kaunsel (Parker Thiessen), Noel Begin, and OAS (Owen Strasky). 041b061a72


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