After an atomic explosion blasts the Moon out of Earth orbit, Moonbase Alpha drifts in space, with 300 people on board. When a rescue team from Earth arrives in a faster-than-light space ship, everyone is overjoyed that they can now return to Earth. But Moonbase Commander John Koenig, having undergone an experimental brain soothing process after receiving a concussion in a crash on the Lunar surface, sees not friends from Earth but gruesome monsters which have telepathically caused all others on Alpha to see an illusion of an Earth party. The aliens are desperate for radiation and plan to manipulate the Alphans into detonating nuclear waste on the Lunar surface, reducing the Moon and everyone on it to dust. Koenig must expose this conspiracy to save his people. Written by
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Man's Quest For Extraterrestrial Contact Ends Here!
Also Known As:
Angrebet på månebase Alpha
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Did You Know?
The date is changed from 2004 (as it was in the original two-part Space: 1999
(1975) story "The Bringers of Wonder") to a more futuristic 2100. See more
In the opening they identify the date as 2100 but in the audio they say it's well into the 21st century. If it's 2100 then it should be the 22nd century as the 21st century date would be 2000 not 2100. They're about a century off. See more
It's better to live as your own man, than as a fool in someone else's dream.
"Far out into the galaxy of the universe is the Moon, Earth's great natural satellite, revolving round man's planet in an orbit as fixed and rigid as that of the Sun. It has now been transformed into a stepping stone, an advanced, complex, instrument, self supporting in all aspects, enabling man to continue the eternal search for other forms of life in outer space. The year is 2100." See more
Edited from Space: 1999: Breakaway
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Composed by Guido De Angelis
and Maurizio De Angelis
Lyrics by Hilary Harvey
Sung by Oliver Onions See more