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Anachronisms 

In a scene depicted as taking place in December 1970, a Cessna 172M "Skyhawk II" plane is shown landing. This variation of the 172 model was not produced until 1974.
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Continuity 

In "The Thing We Came For", astronaut Dave Scott tests the Galileo theory of dropped objects in a vacuum falling at the same rate (in this case, a hammer and feather) and landing at the same time. In the studio shots of the moon, actor Brett Cullen holds the hammer with the head pointed skyward. The actual footage then show Scott dropping the objects shown with the hammer head on the bottom.
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