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Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets (2004)

This two-part science fiction docu-drama examines the possibilities of a dangerous, manned space mission to explore the inner and outer planets of the Solar system.

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Tom Kirby, Mission Commander
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Zoë Lessard, Exogeologist
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Yvan Grigorev, Flight Engineer
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Claire Granier, Chief Flight Surgeon
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Isabel Liu, Flight Dynamics Officer
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Fred Duncan, Flight
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This two-part science fiction docu-drama examines the possibilities of a dangerous, manned space mission to explore the inner and outer planets of the Solar system.

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9 November 2004 (UK)  »

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During the dust storm on Mars the sky changes from a dull red to blue on the inside of the window, back to red. See more »

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Spin-off Space Odyssey: The Robot Pioneers (2004) See more »

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22 November 2004 | by (london, england) – See all my reviews

i was part of the cast of Space Odyssey, playing FIDO in mission control. i just want to say that none of us actors, specially those in mission control who had to react to a green screen most of the time, had any idea how amazing it would turn out to be. i knew it was going to be good, if only for the sheer camaraderie and professionalism that the production team at Impossible Pictures provided for everyone involved. but when we all saw it for the first time at the screening at the Curzon Mayfair, well, i for one felt very proud. I was so glad that none of us looked like we were in Star Trek. Joe Aherne, the screenwriter and director, is the most amazing man to work for. He pretty much gets a good team together and then just trusts them implicitly to freely do what they do best. I'm really lucky to have been part of this show. Who knew something this epic and complicated to understand would turn out to be so enticing to watch. and my god it's a beautiful universe out there.


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