SeaQuest 2032: Season 1, Episode 20

Such Great Patience (8 May 1994)
"SeaQuest DSV" Such Great Patience (original title)

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While exploring an underwater earthquake, the Seaquest discovers an alien spaceship that has been buried for close to 1 million years.

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While exploring an underwater earthquake, the Seaquest discovers an alien spaceship that has been buried for close to 1 million years.

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When Darwin is relaying the alien's information regarding stellar distances (in order to establish a mathematical basis for communication), Lucas erroneously says that the distance from our Sun to the center of the galaxy is an "astronomical unit" (an AU is, in fact, the mean distance from Earth to our Sun). See more »

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Dr. Kristin Westphalen: Pensive?
Capt. Nathan Bridger: Reflective.
Dr. Kristin Westphalen: Captain reflective, scientist reflective or explorer reflective?
Capt. Nathan Bridger: Little boy reflective.
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