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Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets (TV Movie 2004) Poster

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Continuity 

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

Throughout the story, the Pegasus crew and Mission Control hold conversations in real time. Transmissions between a spacecraft and Earth would, in reality, take a great deal more time due to the lag caused by the vast distances.
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In the second part, after the crew turns off their radios, the voiceover says this is unprecedented. However, in 1973 the Skylab 4 crew staged a "strike" in the same exact manner, cutting off communications for an unplanned down day to protest the work schedule.
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Miscellaneous 

While the crew is on Mars, Mission Control watches a video of the rover on the surface. This is impossible unless there was a second vehicle.
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