Space vessel moves deeper into space and her crew of 3 adults and 2 children battle several dangers while getting pulled into another universe.

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Jim Forbes
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The spaceship Antares, with a photon drive capable of accelerating it to the speed of light, leaves an Earth-orbiting space station. The Altares crew, two families of scientific specialists, journey at light speed with time-dilation to Alpha Centauri, where they launch several satellites to transmit information on the Centauri star system back to Earth and guide future manned vessels in exploring the region. The crew decides to proceed further into unknown space, and the Altares becomes caught in the gravitational field of a black hole, through which the Altares passes and is thrust into another universe! Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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9 December 1975 (USA)  »

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On the original and subsequent NBC airings, a simple card was flashed briefly on screen before going to commercial breaks reading simply "E=MC²" - Einstein's formula relating energy, mass and the speed of light. This was obviously intended to pique the interest of children watching and push them into learning what the strange equation meant, quite a task in a pre-Internet world. See more »

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Edited into Spaced Out (1979) See more »

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Flight 76, Pt. 2
Written and performed by Walter Murphy
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Not too bad for 1976 Sci-Fi
5 January 2002 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing this when it first aired. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The plot might seem a little stale today, but for 1976 the story and the effects (at the TV level) were very good. I would like to find a tape of this show. If anyone has one, please let me know. Thanks.


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