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Character error 

The mercs do not turn off their chest-lamps till they see Steve approaching them from the lighted half of the moon, so he would have seen the small distant points of man-made light in the darkness ahead and known that something was up; the moon was supposed to be deserted.
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On more than one occasion, Rudy reminds Steve that his bionics cannot function in extreme cold. So how, while Steve was trapped in the sub-zero chamber with his defective spacesuit letting the cold air in, was he able to use his bionics to force himself out of there?
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Factual errors 

The cryogenic testing chamber would have a virtually unbreakable substance like Lexan or safety glass for its door-window, not just obviously-brittle ordinary window-glass that shatters in huge jagged dangerous pointed shards.
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The Frisbee that Steve throws over onto the dark side of the Moon would not make a whistling sound in space.
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Various light-angles of the Earth and Moon do not "match with each other"; in other words, there is sun-lighting from different angles at once in the same shot.
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Revealing mistakes 

Asteroids are not smooth elongated oval-shaped, like the photo at the beginning of the episode. Obviously just a cheesy image made from a "horizontally stretched" photo of Mars.
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Steve's "space helmet" is obviously just a cheesy "bubble-hooded spaceman" prop --- it's a simple roundish hard-plastic hood with a clear plastic swivel-down face-shield that's just loosely attached at its rear ends by two simple pivots on the sides of his helmet; it's not even an air-tight seal. Real space-helmets are usually massive blocky-shaped units that attach to the rest of the suit to form a continuous bulky cumbersome cocoon.
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